2017 summer season now fully booked

If you’re planning a trip to Scotland over the next few months and are interested in spending some time with us, please be aware we are experiencing a busier than ever season, and are now completely fully booked up until the end of September 2017. If you have an existing...
Skye hiking

Skye hiking – Backpacking across the Cuillin, Easter 2015

It wasn’t much more than a month ago that we received an email from someone desperate to do some Skye hiking over the Easter Holidays and also have a bit of an adventure in the wilderness.  Well, we thought we could help with that!  Trying to fill a trip at short notice can...
Assynt walking

New dates: Ullapool Assynt walking short break, 8-10 May 2015

We’ve just added an extra short break trip for the May Bank Holiday week.  Come and join our group on an Assynt walking adventure to tackle some of the iconic peaks of NW Scotland such as Cul Mor, Suilven and Quinag over a long weekend during the  bank holiday week from Fri...
Skye wild camping

Heart of the Cuillin, Skye Wild Camping Adventure 25-26 May

We still have some space available on our Heart of the Cuillin, Skye Wild Camping Adventure that runs from Monday 25 till Tuesday 26 May. This trip gives a real flavour of adventure, camping out under the stars in a remote location amidst Skye’s Cuillin mountains. We depart...
Cuillin wild camp

Extra trip for Easter 2015 – Backpacking across the Cuillin, Cuillin wild camp

We’ve just added an extra trip to our Easter programme. If you’re looking for an adventurous way to spend the Easter holidays, why not come and join us for  3 day trip backpacking across the Cuillin mountains in the wild heart of Skye? This Cuillin wild camping trip...
Blaven (Bla Bheinn)

Blaven

Blaven, or Blà Bheinn as it’s spelt in Gaelic, actually gets it’s name  from a combination of Old Norse and Gaelic roots. Bla in present day Norwegian means “blue”, but the Old Norse word blá could also refer to the colours blue-black and black.  So it...
Classic walking in Glencoe

Walking Tours in Glencoe

Glencoe is an area of Scotland often remembered for the massacre of the MacDonalds by the Campbells in 1692, when the Clan chief of MacDonald failed to declare his allegiance to King William III.  There is a monument for the fallen MacDonalds in Glencoe village itself and the...
Letterewe and fisherfield Backpacking Traverse

Trekking in Scotland

Trekking in Scotland I hear you say? But you can’t go trekking in Scotland – that’s something that you do in the Andes or the Himalayas surely? I beg to differ, in Scotland you can have some fantastic trekking, multi day trips taking in fantastic views, seeing rare and...
backpacking across the Cuillin

Hiking in Scotland

Scotland is of course renowned for castles, tartans, whisky and beautiful scenery, but the hiking in Scotland is as good as you’ll get anywhere.  Although it’s a small country, the landscapes are very varied and with a population density in the Highlands roughly...
Quiraing

Hiking in Skye

If you enjoy the great outdoors why not think about hiking in Skye?  Up here  in the North West of Scotland Skye is an uniquely interesting island with a huge diversity of geology, flora and fauna and natural beauty to experience and enjoy. Whether you prefer a leisurely stroll...
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