Walks in Scotland

Walk up Foinaven

Like all of the Sutherland mountains, Foinaven rises from low lying flat and boggy terrain and although it is not quite a Munro, it certainly feels like one. This route visits its two highest summits, Ceann Garbh and Ganu Mor, a Corbett Top and Corbett respectively. You can easily add on the summit of A’Che’ir …

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The rocky top of the first Horn

Walk up Beinn Alligin

One of the Torridon ‘Big Three’, Beinn Alligin is a classic round and includes the Munros of Tom na Gruagaich and Sgurr Mhor. Walk up Beinn Alligin Route Description Park in the large car park approximately 3km to the west of Torridon village Cross the road and take the path on the west (left hand) …

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Walk up Glas Bheinn

Walk up Glas Bheinn

At 776m Glas Bheinn achieves Corbett status and proudly faces its better known neighbour Quinag to the west. There are two routes up Glas Bheinn. The first is a long and arduous slog from Inchnadamph at the head of Loch Assynt. The second is this one; a short and steep initial ascent followed by a …

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The Three Beinns From Brodick

The Three Beinns From Brodick

One of the classics on Arran, this route includes  one of the four Corbetts on the island along with some wonderful ridge walking and easy scrambling. Route Description If arriving by ferry with a connecting bus service, the first section to the start of the Glen Rosa track can be done by bus. Take the …

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Walk up Arkle

An ascent of this impressive mountain with an easy approach followed by mainly pathless terrain and a rocky ridge traverse to the main summit of Arkle. Walk up Arkle Route Description Park at the large parking area where the estate track leaves the A838 approximately 1.5km north of Achfary. Walk up the track and cross …

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Walk up Ben More Coigach

Walk up Ben More Coigach

The walk up to the Corbett summit of Ben More Coigach involves a steep climb from Culnacraig to gain the western end of Garbh Choireachan and a traverse of the superb ridge before crossing the plateau to the summit of Ben More Coigach. The route could easily be extended to take in Sgurr an Fhidhleir if …

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Holy Isle and Lamlash Bay

Walk From Lamlash to Brodick

A low level walk on the Isle of Arran, passing through coastal and forest scenery with some excellent viewpoints en route. Walk From Lamlash to Brodick Route Description 1 From the seafront at Lamlash, head north-east with Lamlash Bay on your right. When the main road swings left, go straight ahead on the tarmac road. …

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The West Highland Way

The West Highland Way

The West Highland Way in Scotland, is one of the best known Long Distance Footpaths in the country. At 154 kilometres in length, it usually takes around 6-8 days to complete – plus a traditional ascent of Ben Nevis to cap it off. The West Highland Way was the first official LDP in Scotland, being designated …

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Walk up Suilven from Glencanisp

Suilven is one of the most instantly recognisable mountains in Britain. Although not even achieving Corbett status, its iconic profile draws thousands to it every year. There are two routes on to Suilven and this out and return route from Glencanisp is probably the most popular. Suilven is classified as one of the Grahams. Suilven …

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