Loch Coruisk in the Heart of the Cuillin

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 runs from Monday 6th – Wednesday 8th April. We set up a remote Cuillin wild camp base at Coruisk in midst of the mountains from which we explore this dramatic area before crossing the crest of the mountains on the final day and descending to Glenbrittle.

Although this trip involves some pretty challenging hill walking at times, we transport all the equipment  for our Cuillin wild camp by boat, so there’s no need for heavy load carrying and our wild camp base camp can be stocked with goodies! It’s ideal for first time backpackers, although it will help if you’re reasonably fit and active as crossing the crest of the Cuillin mountains on the final day is a challenging hill walk.


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We supply top quality camping equipment and also provide all meals, as well as transport locally to and from the start and finish points. There’s no need to bring anything other than your  regular hill walking clothing and some enthusiasm!


Monday 6th- Wednesday 8th April 2015


The price for this trip is £200 per person. Our price includes guiding, provision of all camping equipment, and meals and snacks. Discounts are available for 2 or more persons booking together – please enquire.

You’ll find more details on this specific trip here. Details and dates of our other backpacking across the Cuillin trips  can be found here


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