The wee Buchaille from Glen Etive

Three happy boys at the top on a misty day

Looking at the waterfalls
  

  
  

Guiding

 
CLIMB A MUNRO
Use our unique search engine to have a look at the summits you can achieve. Estimate your level of fitness by walk type, or length of walk and then read a description to see if it is what you would like to achieve.
 
SUMMIT BEN NEVIS
Getting to the top of the highest mountain in the British Isles is no mean feat. You will need to be reasonably fit, own a pair of walking boots and be prepared to be uncomfortable for at least seven hours. Remember coming down can be as hard as going up. We can offer various routes up depending on your level of fitness and interest, and will make the day as enjoyable as possible, distracting you from your pain with interesting anecdotes and helping you celebrate your success at the top and the bottom.
 
GO REMOTE
Many people visit this beautiful area and do not get more than 50 yards from the car.  We want to encourage you to get on out there, and not be daunted by the height of the mountains. We can take you ‘away from it all’, even just for a couple of hours and can promise only a little climbing. So use our search engine to have a look at what is on offer and then contact us to book.
 
WILDLIFE TRIPS
To add a bit of a difference to your highlands experience, why not come out with us and try to find and photograph a deer from close quarters. You will need to be fairly fit and also be prepared to get dirty. However the probability is that we should be able to get within 100 yards dependent on the season.
 
SEE THE SIGHTS
For those of you who do not have much time, we can give you a day tour of the area taking you to places of historical and geological interest and even throw in a small walk to get you interested.
 

Fort William – tour can include Inverlochy Castle, Caledonian Canal, Glenfinnan Viaduct (from the Harry Potter Movie), Commando Memorial, Glen Nevis (and scene of Braveheart filming)

Glencoe – tour can include Sights of the Massacre, the Glencoe Museum, the Three Sisters, National Trust Visitor Centre, Ballachulish Slate Quarry

Last Updated: Aug 28 2012 11:00AM