The Scottish Munro’s hold a bit of an iconic status among hill walkers and mountaineers in the UK and across Europe. To have completed a ‘Round of Munros’ is quite an achievement. Many people will spend a few years slowly ‘ticking off’ the mountains over 3000ft (916m) in latitude across Scotland.
There are ‘around’ 282 Munro mountains to bag. The number has dropped a little in recent years to to changes in mapping accuracy and the rules about what makes a Munro.
Over the years visiting Scotland, and now living there, I had climbed many of the Munros. I have no idea how many of them I have climbed and some I have climbs 3 or 4 times. So now its time to start from scratch and attempt to climb them all! This will be an 18 month to 2 year project fit around my other work and plans.
What is a Munro?
How hard are Munros to climb?
Munro Madness October 10th 2017 near Ullapool
Munro Madness October 11th 2017 at the Coulgas
Munro Madness October 28th Drumochter east round
Munro Madness October 29th Drumochter west round
Munro Madness November 2nd Strathcarron
Munro Madness November 4th Conival and Ben More Assynt
Munro Madness November 5th Ben Hope
Munro Madness November 5th Ben Klibreck
Munro Madness February 20th Moruisg
Munro Madness March 12th Meall Chuaich
Munro Madness April 19th Seana Bhraigh
Munro Madness April 21st Am Faochagach
Munro Madness April 27th Fannaichs – East
Munro Madness April 29th Fannaichs – West
Munro Madness May 4th Monadh Liath – Take Two
Munro Madness May 5th Glen Feshie
Munro Madness May 10th Carinwell at Glenshee
Munro Madness May 10th Mount Keen
Munro Madness May 19th Ben Vorlich and Ben Vane
Climb Munros in Torridon and North west Highlands with Walking and Wildlife Adventures.