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The area between Loch Maree and Loch Broom is one of the largest uninhabited areas in western Europe, and is home to some of Scotlands most remote hills. They are largely unfrequented due to this remoteness and the difficulty of reaching them without having to camp. With this trip we aim to do exactly that – tackle the Great Wilderness peaks from a base camp. We offer programs that range from 3 to 7 days, so you can choose wether to just try for Scotland’s most remote peak, A’Mhaighdean, or try and pick off several, such as the Fisherfield round, or An Teallach, one of the finest and most challenging mountains in the North West. Some of the mountain walking is strenuous and can call for some mild rock scrambling in places, especially if an ascent of the mighty An Teallach (The Forge) is planned.The requested album cannot be loaded at this time. Error: OAuthException Code: 10, (#10) To use 'Page Public Content Access', your use of this endpoint must be reviewed and approved by Facebook. To submit this 'Page Public Content Access' feature for review please read our documentation on reviewable features: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/apps/review.
We supply all camping equipment and meals, so if you’re coming from far away you don’t have to worry about bringing your own camping equipment etc. You can bring your own if you wish, of course! We can also arrange transfers from Kyle of Lochalsh, Ullapool and Inverness to and from the start/finish points – very useful in an area largely devoid of public transport!
Prices start from as little as £80 per person per day to experience some of the most wondrously remote mountain walking in Europe. Contact us to discuss a bespoke itinerary to suit your plans and available dates. Discounts may be available for longer itineraries.
On demand from April – October. Contact us to discuss your plans.