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Strenuous walks

This selection of walks includes all of the munros and corbetts. Navigation skills are essential. The terrain will steep and will be on a mixture of path and pathless routes. Walking on scree and some scrambling may be required. Many will require a full day of walking.
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    8 3/4 miles on path and over rough ground with stunning views over Loch Torridon and the Torridon range.  This route excludes the Horns of Alligin and is a wonderful walk, with stunning views over Loch Torridon and the Torridon range. Your eyes are always drawn to Beinn Alligin (the Jewelled Hill), so it is […]

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    Beinn Damph (Mountain of the Stag) – 8½ miles including return Starting from the bridge over the Allt Coire Roill by the Loch Torridon Inn, walk up the road about 70 yds towards Shieldaig to find the start of the path which climbs through rhododendrons. The path ascends gently along side the Allt Coire Roill, […]

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    12 miles on rough path, with long pathless sections over moorland, returning the same route.  Good navigation skills are essential.  This route avoids any scrambling. At a height of 2999ft, Beinn Dearg is neglected by many walkers as it doesn’t make the munro tick list.  Well, they are missing out on a wonderful walk.  Beinn […]

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    11 hard miles over rough and exposed terrain, on well-worn paths (most of the way).  You will need a head for heights, and not worried about undertaking some difficult scrambling.  Navigation skills are an absolute must, especially in cloudy conditions and beware that the quartzite on Spidean a Choire Leith can be treacherously slippery in […]