Guided ridge-walking on the Grey Corries and Loch Treig mountains

The Grey Corries and the hills above Loch Treig lie east of the Ben Nevis range and south of Spean Bridge. The mountains in the Grey Corries form a spine 6km long with superb high-level ridge walking over quartzite rocks and pavements. The Easains is the name commonly given to the hills west of Loch Treig and these combined with the Munros on the east bank of the loch are separated from the Grey Corries by the dramatic Lairig Leacach. We're here for an exhilarating weekend hillwalking and Munro-bagging along these spectacular ranges.

At a glance


  • An extended weekend spent hiking over high mountains in the Central Highlands of Scotland.
  • Reach superb vantage points from where vast views towards Ben Nevis, the Mamores and over the Great Glen can be savoured.
  • Clamber over quartzite blocks and hike along fine crests to bag 8 Munro summits and possibly more.
  • Join a small group led by an experienced leader familiar with the area.


Dates and booking

DateCostAvailability
20-22 Oct'18£149Places available
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General info


This 3 day event is a guided hiking adventure in the Central 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 : A day-hike on the Grey Corries

A guided day hiking up the 4 Munros in the Grey Corries over a circular route beginning from Corriechoille near Spean Bridge.

Day 2 : The Easains

Hike up the mountains above the western shore of Loch Treig

Day 3 : East of Loch Treig

Grass and heather clad slopes lead up to summits above dramatic coires

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Trip photos


On the Grey Corries
Heading up Stob Coire Easain
Heading to the bothy below Stob Ban
Sgurr Choinnich Mor
Heading up Stob Coire Claurigh
On Stob Coire Easain


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