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Address: Lochy Road,

                 Inverlochy,

                 Fort William,

                 PH33 6NW

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Guided Winter Walks, Fort William

Having a guided winter walk up Scotlands' winter peaks or Munros is a great way to see the Scottish mountains. By hiring a local, experienced instructor to have by your side is a great asset to have......

Dates to suit you, please enquire .

Prices
  • Ascent: up to 1345m

  • Terrain: Mountain Path, Snow

  • Duration: 1 Day

  • Start/Finish: Fort William or Glen Coe

Pre-requisites 

Experience of mountain walking in summer conditions.  Experience of winter walking is desirable but not essential, but having the ability to look after oneself whilst on the mountain

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What we offer

All our instructors are qualified and very experienced at leading people in Scotlands' winter mountains.

Our instructors are very knowledgeable about the Scottish mountain environment, so the day can be easily split up with interesting chats, demonstrations and great views along the way.

We pick the best route options based upon the snow and weather conditions.

We only offer private guiding on these winter mountain days to give you exactly what you want.

We can supply ice axe and crampons for small groups.

Summary

By handing over the organisation, safety, navigation and route choice to a professional instructor means that you can focus more on your enjoyment without the stress of making the right decisions. It is also a great opportunity to ask questions, get advice, increase your mountain knowledge and practice any winter skills along the way.

 

Having a private guide is great for those who want to be flexible with how long to spend in the mountains and maybe looking for top tips and advice along the way.

  

Popular winter guided peaks in Scotland are:

  • Ben Nevis

  • The Grey Corries

  • The Ring of Steall (Glen Nevis)

  • Stob Ban (Mamores)

  • Aonach Mor/ Aonach Beag

  • Glen Coe Peaks

  • Corryhully horseshoe (Glenfinnan)

  • Buachaille Etive Mor

  • North and South Glen Shiel Ridges

  • Creag Meagaidh

Additional Info

These days are programmed to start at 8am. We can arrange to meet you at start of the route or we can pick you up from your accommodation in Fort William for small groups if preferred.  You need to bring your own kit, lunch and water for the day.

We will supply ice axe and crampons for you to use for small groups. 

It is strongly recommended that winter rated boots are worn.  These can be hired in Fort William which we can arrange, for a small additional hire fee.

(Prices stated are per person)

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