Guided winter hiking on the Munros above Bridge of Orchy

Driving north from Tyndrum, Beinn Dorain creates an impressive sight with its slopes sweeping directly up from above the West Highland Way to form a conical mountain. Behind this domintating peak, there is an expanse of crests and hills awaiting curious boots ! The views from the high ground are dramatic, particularly northwards over Rannoch Moor towards Lochaber and Ben Nevis

At a glance

  • Three days of winter hill-walking in the Southern Highlands.
  • Hike along fine mountain crests above Rannoch Moor and Breadalbane.
  • Enjoy the winter atmosphere with the safety of a guide, perhaps improving your winter skills.
  • Reach superb vantage points from where vast views to Glencoe, Ben Nevis, Lawers and as far as the Cairngorms can be savoured.
  • Bag 5 Munros in the area including mighty Beinn Dorain, Beinn a'Chreachain and lonely Beinn Mhanach.
  • Join a small group led by an experienced winter qualified leader with a good knowledge of the area's wildlife, flora and geology.

Dates and booking

27-29 Oct'18£149Places available
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General info

This 3 day event is an extended weekend of guided hiking in the Southern Highlands with one of our experienced and qualified leaders. Your guide will know the remote area well and be able to give you insight into the flora, fauna and geology.

Our maximum guide to client ratio on this event is 1:6.

You would be very welcome to join us for part of the trip, the cost of which is £69 per day.

Outline of trip

Day 1 : Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh

A rough hike up 2 Munros above Bridge of Orchy

Day 2 : Beinn a'Chreachain and Beinn Achaladair

Grassy slopes and some easy scrambling on a circular route over 2 Munros

Day 3 : Beinn Mhanach

A hike on a fine path following the Allt Kinglass to reach this remote mountain

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Trip photos

On the summit of Beinn an Dothaidh
Heading up Beinn Dorain
Having a break on Beinn Mhanach
On Beinn an Dothaidh
Beinn an Dothaidh from the col before Beinn Achallater
Beinn Dorain

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