EASY- Low level, shorter walks.
IDEAS- Steall Falls,Lost Valley, Beinn Beag
PREREQUISITES- An ability to move under your own steam
MODERATE- Longer periods of ascent,usually on footpaths and Bridleways.
IDEAS- Buachaille Etive Beag, Meall an T-Suidhe, Pap of Glencoe
PREREQUISITES- A good general level of fitness,carrying a light rucksack.
DEMANDING- Best suited to experienced walkers
IDEAS- Am Bodach, Gearr Aonach, Ben Nevis
PREREQUISITES- Previous experience of hill walking useful. Longer days with substantial ascent/descent.
STRENUOUS- Difficult terrain, challenging ascents/descents,often away from footpaths
IDEAS- Buachaille Etive Mor, Bidean Nam Bian, CMD Arete
PREREQUISITES- A good level of hill fitness for the long days, and mixed terrain underfoot.
Find the best level of walk for your ability
Guide to Client Ratio 1:10
1 Day 2 Days
1 Person £220 £400
2 People £250 £430
3 to 4 £270 £460
5+ (Upto 10) £300 £520
Half day walks are available for EASY
and MODERATE levels
1 person (Half day) £100
2 people (Half day) £110
3 to 4 (Half day) £120
Guided Group Walks on Ben Nevis £80 per person
Friday and Sunday from June to September
Here is an opportunity to come along with us for a guided walk on Ben Nevis...Every Friday and Sunday from June to September.
The route will be via the Pony Track, the only path to the summit, at a steady pace manageable by all. We will pass on a lot of information about the history of the area, and the reasons behind the old Observatory on the summit.
The journey is expected to take all day, starting from The Ben Nevis Inn at 8.30am. The time for ascent is approx. 4 hours, with us expecting to be back for 5pm.
Take plenty of your favourite foods, some warm layers, waterproof jacket and trousers, and a stout pair of shoes/boots. Walking poles are a very good idea too.
We have a number of open events planned throughout the Summer.
These are listed
on our Facebook page