Guided days on the Mullardoch and Affric Munros

Loch Mullardoch in the Western Highlands is encircled by high mountains and long ridges. Tucked away in a remote area, with only a narrow single track road reaching the dam through Glen Cannich, there is a real sense of remoteness in this area. With no roads or tracks along Loch Mullardoch's shores, bagging the peaks requires a fair bit of effort and planning.

At a glance


  • A weekend spent hiking over high mountains in the north-west of Scotland.
  • By boat, sail along Loch Mullardoch to reach the heart of the area.
  • Explore ridges to reach superb vantage points from where stunning views can be appreciated.
  • Bag 9 Munros in the area, including the mighty mountains of Sgurr na Lapaich, Mam Sodhail and Carn Eighe above their many corries and lochans.
  • Join a small group guided by an experienced leader with extensive knowledge of the remote area.


Dates and booking

DateCostAvailability
20-21 May£160Places available
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24-25 Jun£160Fully booked


General info


This 2 day event is a guided hiking holiday with one of our experienced and qualified leaders. Both days begin with a boat journey along Loch Mullardoch, the cost of which is included.

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 £95 per day.


Outline of trip


Day 1 : Above Loch Mullardoch's northern shore

A day bagging 4 Munros while hiking on high mountain crests with superb views.

Day 2 : Above Loch Mullardoch's southern shore

Grassy slopes lead up to some of the highest mountains in the north-west

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Trip photos


Heading to Sgurr na Lapaich
On An Socach
Boat along Loch Mullardoch
Descending Sgurr na Lapaich
Heading up Toll Creagach
Sunrise on Carn nan Gobhar


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