Guided bike-hike days into the Monar wilderness

Lost in the North-West Highlands, the remote area surrounding Loch Monar is for the most part hidden well from view. This vast wilderness holds mountains with long ridges and wide plateaus. Keep your eyes pealed, we've seen eagles here !

At a glance


  • Three days spent hiking over high mountains in the north-west of Scotland.
  • Cycle on fine tracks to remote locations, encircled by mountains and far away from civilisation.
  • At a leisurely pace, explore ridges to reach superb vantage points from where stunning views can be appreciated.
  • Bag up to 5 Munros in the area, including the mighty mountains of Lurg Mhor and Sgurr a'Chaorainn above wild corries and lochans.
  • Join a small group guided by an experienced leader with extensive knowledge of the remote area.


Dates and booking

DateCostAvailability
15-17 Jun'18£149Places available
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General info


An event over 3 days of guided hiking to high summits in the area east of Glen Carron and around Loch Monar in the Western 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 : Munros south of Loch Monar

Bike along Attadale and hike up Bidean a'Choire Sheasgaich and Lurg Mhor

Day 2 : Munros north of Loch Monar

Bike up the track from Glen Carron and hike up Sgurr Choinnich Mor and neighbours

Day 3 : Moruisg and Sgurr nan Ceannaichean

A hike up grass covered slopes at a relaxed pace to fine viewpoints.

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Trip photos


Wheee ! Satisfying downhill cycle at the end of the days
Approaching Loch Calavie
On Sgurr a'Chaorainn
Bidean a'Choire Sheasgaich from Beinn Tharsuinn
Crossing the Allt a'Chonais
Heading up Sgurr a'Chaorainn


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