Guided mountain treks

Located an hour's drive from Inverness the Torridon mountain range is stunning consisting of three Munros (Scottish mountains above 3,000ft), Beinn Alligin, Liathach and Beinn Eighe. Along with these day hikes we offer walks up Ben Nevis, Stac Pollaidh and Suilven. The mountains we have chosen represent our favourites, the ones we know and love the most and are within driveable distance from where we are based.

Each of the mountains is a day's climbing with an early morning collection from your accommodation. A general level of fitness is required and we would be delighted to advise you of which walk would be most suitable. It is essential that appropriate clothing and footwear is worn and we are more than happy to offer any advice. We work closely with many homeowners, B & B's, hostels and hotels in the area and can help with finding accommodation if necessary.

Beinn Alligin

Beinn Alligin is the least complex of the stunning Torridon mountain set and rises to 985m.  Once on top a traverse of the spectacular ridge, known as the Horns of Alligin is a must.  This day's hike is suitable for your first hike into the mountains of Scotland.  Our prices start at £95 per person and include guide, maps and compasses and transportation to and from the mountain.

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Beinn Eighe

Beinn Eighe at 1,010m is the easternmost of the Torridon mountain range and has many fine features including the Triple Buttress forming the head of one of Scotland's finest corries.  This mountain is one of the most photographed in the country and has a wide well defined stony ridge.  A days hike with reasonable fitness is required to complete this mountain.

Our prices start at £95 per person and include guide, maps and compasses and transportation to and from the mountain.

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Liathach

The central, highest and most challenging mountain in the Torridon range is Liathach standing at 1,054m and does call for a good head for heights when traversing the narrow ridge.  This offers spectacular views during your day hike.  Our prices start at £95 per person and include guide, maps and compasses and transportation to and from the mountain.

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Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis, standing at 1,344m is the highest mountain in the British Isles and is popular with many walkers for this reason.  The ascent of this mountain can be undertaken with people of a reasonable standard of fitness and has a well trodden path to the summit.  Your day on the mountain with guide start at £95 per person and includes maps and compasses and transportation to and from the mountain from our base near Inverness.

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Stac Pollaidh

Stac Pollaidh at 612m is one of the best known and most popular mountains in Scotland..  Not as high as our other mountains we offer it makes for an easier day.  The true summit is at the west end and reaching this point involves some light scrambling and a good head for heights.  The mountain can be climbed by anyone with reasonable level of fitness.  Our prices start at £95 per person and include guide, maps and compasses and transportation to and from the mountain.

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Suilven

Suilven may be only 731m high, but its remarkable outline makes it one of Scotland's best known and most easily identified mountains.  A long day on the mountain required  (7-9 hours) so an early start is needed but well worth it!  Its ascent is steep but leads to a broad summit.  Our prices start at £95 per person and include guide, maps and compasses and transportation to and from the mountain.

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