Mountain Guiding in Scotland’s Torridon Mountains
We can guide you to the top of any of the iconic Torridon Munros or the ever popular An Teallach. The Scottish Mountains are remote and beautiful.
Whatever the weather a great day out can be had in the Scottish Mountains.
Depending on your ability there are also longer of shorter days to be had. Talk to us about your aspirations, do you want to do a classic scramble? Get away from it all? Walking with the family? Climb a munro? See lots of wildlife? Let us know.
Beinn Eighe – Climb two classic Munros and walk along a spectacular ridge on this challenging experience. Scenery, wildlife and heritage.
Liathach – Liathach is rated by many hillwalkers as Scotland’s finest mountain. What adds to its reputation is its notorious pinnacles, that separate two Munro’s; Spidean a’ Choire and Mullach an Rathai.
Beinn Alligin – Beinn Alligin means the Mountain of Beauty in Gaelic. On this mountain walk there are two Munros and the infamous Horns of Alligin.
Slioch – Slioch on the north bank of Loch Maree is the ‘spear’ mountain and has spectacular views down Loch Maree and the Torridon valley. This Munro peak is challenging due to its remoteness.
An Teallach – The double Munro ascent of An Teallach is one of the most sought-after ridge traverses in the Scottish and a full mountain day out. Sit on Lord Berkley’s Seat – high above Loch Toll an Lochain.
Sgurr Mor & eastern Fannichs – The eastern range of the Fannichs is a magnificent ridge-walk taking in four Munros. Big, steep, rocky mountains. Among the most remote Munros to reach.
Beinn Dearg – Ullapool Munros. Beinn Dearg is the highest summit on this fine round of four Munros. The remaining three Munros are impressively rocky and give a grand traverse with spectacular views across towards Assynt.
Fisherfield Wilderness – The 5 Munros and 1 Corbett in the Fisherfield wilderness lie in the heart of one of the most remote areas of Scotland. This is a 2 day experience for experienced walkers. Bring your own camping gear.
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Cory Jones, our Director, is an International Mountain Leader and a member of the British Association of International Mountain Leaders. Be assured you are safe in our hands and those guides we employ.
All our guides carry a first aid kits and are training in wilderness first aid techniques.
Give us a ring on 07787 526 299 or 01445 771 006 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.