Aonach Eagach

Guided rock-scramble in Glencoe

The Aonach Eagach (appropriately meaning 'notched ridge') runs along the northern side of Glencoe and is probably the most famous ridge in the country. Viewed from Glencoe below, the Aonach Eagach appears as a narrow crest with a series of small towers. It is only once onto the crest that the scale and size of the ridge of becomes apparent.


At a glance


  • An exhilarating day hillwalking and rock-scrambling along the famed Aonach Eagach.
  • Clamber along the ridge and its 'Crazy Pinnacles', a summer Grade 2 rock-scramble.
  • Reach superb vantage points from where vast views can be savoured.
  • Bag the 2 Munros of Meall Dearg and Sgor nam Fiannaidh.
  • Improve your rock-scrambling skills on one of Scotland's finest scrambling routes.
  • Join a small group led by an experienced local guide.


Dates and booking

DateCostAvailability
9 May'19£99Fully booked
16 May'19£991 place left
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13 Jun'19£99Fully booked
20 Jun'19£99Fully booked
27 Jun'19£99Places available
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18 Jul'19£992 places left
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22 Aug'19£99Places available
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19 Sep'19£991 place left
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General info


Rock-scrambling to Grade 2, moderate day.

This event is a guided hill-hiking and rock-scrambling day with an experienced and qualified guide.

Your guide will know the mountains and routes well and will also be able to give you insight into the flora, fauna and geology.

Our maximum guide to client ratio on this event is 1:3.




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Trip photos


On the Aonach Eagach above the Chancellor
At the end of the Aonach Eagach ridge !
Scrambling on the ridge
Scrambling on the Aonach Eagach ridge
Looking back along the Aonach Eagach ridge
Halfway along the Aonach Eagach ridge !


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