munros near plockton

I was dropped off at Garve for an ascent of Wyvis. For many years I took two short visits a year to Scotland to supplement the main tour although this did drop to one after the children came along. Overnight in Fort William. On my own I headed up some Tops on the Black Mount from the Bridge of Orchy hotel. It involved a good number of repeat visits! I had read this was steep and craggy but I took my chances. Bedrooms: 4 - 3 doubles, 1 twin. For 3 hours we followed a landrover track heading north towards Beinn Dearg up Glen Bruar before a straightforward pull up the mountain. I particularly remember a long night in Dalwhinnie, a night spent either in or outside a car, and then a hike up Geal Charn at Drumochter feeling like death. Few memories exist of a trawl up Gulvain with the exception of an unrelentingly steep slope, On my own I tackled Ben Lomond in a very enjoyable circuit from the south. My first day on just the Corbetts. Read Reviews of Plockton Harbour. It is a mountain I certainly want to return to. The Glenshee Ski Centre sits at 650m above sea-level overlooked by several Munros, including Carn Aosda and The Cairnwell. There are currently 282 Munros and 227 Tops. I have been very fortunate in that many of the best mountains I have done in good weather . SAILING Lochcarron has its own established sailing club which welcomes visitors and families. Carn a Claim is a totally uninspiring hill overlooking Glen Tilt. Stupidly I missed the top on Slioch and many tyears later ploughed up again with Alistair and JP in atrocious weather – lesson learned. The drive was thoroughly enjoyable and we were soon sweating up the steep slopes of Sgritheall. The crossing was thoroughly enjoyable…in retrospect. An excellent bothy was passed on the Lairg Leachach where we reckoned JP had suffered badly on his crossing from Dalwinnie to Fort William. On this web page you will find a full list of the Munro summits and a personal account of my years completing both the Munros and the Tops. 1. Duisdale House Hotel, Hotel Eilean Iarmain, and Toravaig House Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travelers looking to stay near Plockton Harbour. We hired a guide for Day 2 over the Inaccessible Pinnacle to Sgurr Alasdair. Alasdair is a magnificent view point so I lingered for a while before running the Stone Shoot and catching up with JP and Mark at its foot. As good as they are I felt slightly disappointed, mainly because there was nowhere you could get a good view of them. The name is usually applied to the mountains to the north of Glen Torridon. Each peak has its own page, offering a link to the detailed route description (with 1:25 000 OS map, GPS waypoints and more) as well as other members' accounts of their ascents. Those who climb all the summits are, following old SMC tradition, known as 'compleaters'. Callum seems to be involved in every aspect of village life. Glasgow 4 hours. Find the best offers for Properties to rent in Plockton. Unfortunately I was operating with my lightweight shelter and it rattled through the night. An excellent day on Beinn Eighe with JP. What keeps you going at this stage who knows but I did and like to think there is an inner determination/automation which just keeps the legs going when the mind was gone. The road from Portree, mirrored by the coastline, leads to the Kyle of Lochalsh and the now toll-free bridge. An Socach is the only Munro which is harder to get to but this was mainly because of the snow lying in the gully between it and the other three. Locally landed seafood and Plockton brewed ale can be enjoyed all year round in several nearby award-winning inns and restaurants. It also physically becomes easier. Again we headed north in to the coire to the north, the only obvious route up Eighe. Visit the iconic Eilean Donan Castle at Dornie, made famous by films such as Highlander. Beinn na Lap 3 north from Currour Halt and out to Fersit. The first revised edition was publised in 1921, and several further changes were made - the most recent revision being in 2012. A drive round to Glen Brittle and we met a guide for the circuit of Coire Laggan. The ridge did take a while but eventually we summited on Gillean (a tremendous summit – possibly the best). I think the return took about 2 and a half hours with a seemingly unnecessary 1,000 foot of climbing, certainly an anti climax and particularly hard work for Barry for whom the 2 days had been difficult. Discover FR Clothing from Ariat, Bulwark, Lapco, Rasco, Workrite, Wrangler, & More! ... “ There are many Munros nearby, and a rather fine walk to the Falls of Glomach. Back down to the head of Loch Monar we met a herd of wild pony in what I always have thought of as a classic camping spot. He simply appeared in the mist, near the top I actually missed. The longest tour undertaken, 6 days in the hills. An extra Munro had been added since our last visit and we also aimed to ‘walk the ridge’ which involved a scrambled top at the west end (Sail Mhor) and then a long hike along the ridge towards Kinlochewe. Unroped we shuffled along the ledge not much wider than a boot length trying to avoid the little rolling stones which were the greatest danger. Plockton is an area with interests for everyone. The views from the summit were probably as extensive as anything that I saw in the entire Munros experience, captured impressively in a photo Alistair took. Plockton. Free Postage. Transformed from salty sea creature to suited up formality for the pomp and circumstance of receiving a diploma I had… An epic 2 day crossing from Kinlochewe, coming out in the north near Dundonnel. Comfortable, well maintained cottage. It was steep and distinctly hairy, particularly at one moment when Jp lost it after shooting up a chimney and then being confronted with a 1,000foot drop – not good. There is a slipway in front of Lochcarron Hotel and Slumbay Island near Cromag is also a safe harbour for a number of local boats. The Aonach Eagach and the Cuillin were both bathed in hot sunshine, as was my most enjoyable day on the hills on Ladhven. Powered by SmugMug. I actually started Top ticking about half way through the main Munros. His list caused quite a stir at the time, as it had previously been thought that there were only around 30 mountains of that height. Gracies Cottage is a traditional stone built cottage, on the shore of Loch Kishorn (a sea loch) with a magnificent outlook to the Applecross hills and the famous Bealach-na-Ba (Pass of The Cattle) across the water. A long, single day trip to Lurg Mhor from Achnasheen. A high ‘footage’ day north of Cluanie included a real introduction to the Tops. A late finish meant a poor meal in some hole at the Kyle. I woke to clear weather and the train crawling up the slopes towards the Drumochter summit. Whether we have all approved of these changes is almost irrelevant but we are now left with 282 Munros and 225 Tops. We returned to Fort William. It never stopped till we arrived back on the road and the walk back to the car. A straightforward 2 north of Spean Bridge in fairly ropey conditions finished a tour which was a little disjointed but did give a good sense of achievement. Celebration at the pub at Sconser completed an excellent few days. Terrain. The beers at Loch Carron were very welcome. There were a few people milling about when I arrived about ½ past 5. They are among the most dramatic and spectacular peaks in the British Isles and made of some of the oldest rocks in the world. A welcome pint in the Clachaig was followed by a meal in the Kingshouse and a camp in the grounds of the hotel. Myself and Barry travelled north to take in Braeriach and then split for our own agendas. Book direct with Glencorse owner in near Lochinver , Sutherland, IV27 4NW, Scotland. A relatively early start meant that we dawdled along the rest of the ridge. This was another example. A relatively late start from Desolation Road. I really enjoyed Attow or Beinn Fhada as it is sometimes called. Best Scottish Highlands Beach Hotels on Tripadvisor: Find traveller reviews, candid photos, and prices for 100 waterfront hotels in Scottish Highlands, Scotland. Stob Ban was in cloud and the Corries fared little better in a cold but mercifully rain less day. A very varied tour had been completed. I clearly remembered staggering from side to side on the track – possibly as knackered as I ever was on the hills. The ridge is probably achievable in a day but it was good to split the ridge up and similar to the Cairngorms camp high on the hillside. A relatively straight forward day over the two western Fannichs. Not only do the north western highlands have the advantage of sea scape but they are also sharper, more dramatic often with a little entertaining scrambling to boot. In many ways this is true as with the exception of the Fisherfield Forest the problem is that the route in, from which ever direction you come in from, involves a lot of ‘false’ climbing before the hill is spotted. Locally landed seafood and Plockton brewed ale can be enjoyed all year round in several nearby award-winning inns and restaurants. She loved it. I crossed the Alt Luinbeg to climb the most remote top Tom Dubh before a welcome brew. Visit the Plockton Shores, Plockton Inn and Plockton Hotel overlooking the water. The ascent was exceptionally steep involving at one stage an epic 10 metres scrambling through a waterfall. Particularly if I am on my own this is a very strong feeling. The climb involved a steep 2 and a half thousand foot pull which frankly knackered me and I crawled, literally, on to the ridge on hands and knees. Kyle Chinese Take Away: Fuel for the Munros - See 21 traveller reviews, 5 candid photos, and great deals for Kyle of Lochalsh, UK, at Tripadvisor. Soon we caught up Mike and Elspeth and left Elspeth behind in the valley to pick up the pieces. Ian Oxton’s Walking Book Myself and Barry started Day 1 in good, if a little hazy conditions. I decided to come in from the Loch Carron side for a change. The Corries were revisited in December of 2005 to tick a couple of missed tops in spectacularly cold weather and great winter conditions. In June 2009 we based ourselves at Sligachan camp site. A very impressive and isolated hill made considerably easier by the cycle in whereas JP had included Seana Braigh on a crossing from the Deargs and a night in some mythical bothy. Kintail itself is famed for its classic mountain ridge walks. The Cuillin are the best and I will always return to them but the landscape in the Far north, particularly Sutherland is unsurpassed. Tom na Gruagaich is the more S of two munros on Beinn Alligin and it is connected to Sgurr Mor by a col N of its summit. Walkhighlands offers a detailed, independently-researched guide to the ascent of every Munro, including full route descriptions, stunning photography, Ordnance Survey mapping at 1:25 000, route downloads for your GPS, Gaelic pronunciation podcasts for all the hills, 3D fly-throughs and much more. Myself and Barry hired a bike for the long track up Glen Achall  to the foot of Seana Braigh. The crossing is known as the Great Wilderness and many celebrity walkers will not talk about the area in case it becomes too popular. Recently some doubt has been cast as to whether Robertson was truly the first to complete the round as some researchers believe he may have missed the summit of Ben Wyvis. The main risk was loose rock. The first was the interminable walking along the wide Chioch ridge on Day 2. Good, settled weather . Sgurr na Lapaich is to me the most deserving non Munro in the Highlands, I am sure it has nearly a 500 foot drop and distance as well. Public Transport A short drive from Plockton and over the Skye Bridge leads you to the famous Red and Black Cuillin of Skye. The Fiddleir however does compete with Seana Braigh, Maigaidh and Beinn Fionnlaidh as one of the most remotest hills. She met and married Callum and moved to Plockton. However once on the main ridge the walking is very straightforward and we piled along towards Sgurr Mhor. Plockton 2 miles. To complete the Munros will take many years, in many cases a lifetime of dedication”. The weather remained settled apart from some high level cloud and it was dry under foot which is always a big advantage – something of a rarity in our later visits! In addition, the SMC define Munro Tops, as Scottish peaks above 3,000 feet (914.4 m) that are not considered Munros. I crossed to Beinn Mheadhoin and then spent a further hour circulating to one of the tops. There is a mass of Munros to the west of the A93 and I had split them in to 2 days four and four was the plan if not the reality. Fantastic weather, a classic round with great terrain probably made this the most enjoyable 2 days trip on the Munros. Practicalities meant that another visit to the Cuillin was necessary. These four do make the easiest day on the Munro calendar with two positioned on the top of the ski slopes. Too early for the midge Mam Barrisdale is a top spot, the bothy good and plenty of places for camping if required – unlike many places visited this is one I would be happy to return to. Barry suffered first after Tharsuinn but we brewed up in the col which drove us on. Finally I wandered back to the col for my high bivvy. The weather held with some floaty cloud around the ridges but generally was very good. The Currour Bothy is probably the best well known bothy in Scotland as it has a prime position on the Lairg Ghru water shed with good access to the river. Having found myself with some spare work time (!) As you approach Plockton by car, turn left at the school (signed for the railway station). Easy Winter Walks for Wee Legs. Once the cairn was located I decided I had to get off the ridge and out of the wind so instead of carrying on south simply ploughed down. A bit of a mixed trip based at Ullapool which combined a cycle ride to Seana Braigh, a classic round of An Teallach and the crossing of the Deargs. Beinn Eighe. The shelter was not a great purchase as JP kept pointing out but to be fair it came in to its own on low level beaches with the children! The weather was fine, Slioch magnificent and as this was early in my Munro career there was little or no fear of what to come. Little Glas Bheinn was taken out on the return to midge infested Strath Croe. I walked up Affric for an hour before taking on the Sgurr na Lapaich ridge. Bikes would certainly be an asset in future trips up glens, but these hired ones were extremely uncomfortable – the moral of the story being do not hire bikes in Ullapool! Long walk out from Barrisdale. is the official web site of the Scottish Mountaineering Club with, amongst other information a list of all completers. During my college days the Pyman family had taken a large house for a week on Mull. It is also a major stopping spot on one of the classic Coast to Coast Scottish walks as you head either to or from Fort William. Similar to the Mullardoch crossing there was something rewarding in passing through a 1/50,000 map in this case corner to corner. Chalk and cheese with Mullardoch. The summit was only a few hundred yards along and in reality we should have carried on all the way back to Barrisdale via the main ridge. A sodden, dangerous descent ensued including one climb down a raging torrent, hauling the poor dog after me. However it cannot be said to be particularly exciting. An increasingly wet day greeted me in Glen Coe. We overnighted in Glenfinnan below Streap and after the Corbetts before travelling down to the Kingshouse for the final and 184th Munro. To be fair to the guide he had sussed us out before and knew we were competent but he was also writing a book and I think we were the guinea pigs on this particular route. The ridge is certainly good with some enjoyable scrambling over the peaks but I never felt the real feeling of exposure I have felt on other ridges (or the tingling element of danger) such as Liachach, the Aonach Eagach or on the Cuillin. Barry then bought me the guide and the damage was done – I was hooked. Hillwalking route guide up The Five Sisters of Kintail and the Brothers. Eventually the Lynn of Dee was reached and a car sped us in to Braemar. Garden Centres Invergordon - The directory of Invergordon garden centres lists garden centres in Invergordon who offer plants, trees, fruit trees, garden plants, patio furniture and shrubs. Mike Lates was the guide and proved to be an excellent choice; he sussed the 4 of us out on the walk up to the foot of the Pinnacles before strapping us all in to harness and helmet for the remainder of the day. The Liathach top took a while and was steep – suggestion to all Top baggers, do not miss it out when doing the main ridge (similar to Lurg Mhor), you will live to regret it! It took me 5 years to follow up the Munros with their associated Tops. I was rewarded with a spectacular break in the cloud on Beinn Eibhinn which revealed great views west over the Easains and on to the Mamores, Corries and even the Ben. An early start had me trailing up the steep track to Cairn Toul and then on to the Angel’s Peak before the heat set in. Seana Braigh really had that remote feel that is so much part of the whole experience. Finally we hit the road at Corrie Halle and back along to Ullapool where only the Chip shop was open and we only had a couple of hours for beers – damn. Includes the Munros A'Ghlas Bheinn, Beinn Fhada or Ben Attow, Ciste Dhubh, Aonach Meadhoin, Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg, Saileag, Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe, Sgurr na Carnach and Sgurr Fhuaran and … Lochalsh (i.e. Lunndaidh was not actually a difficult day and not particularly memorableThe four of us met at Cluanie, had a pint/coffee and set off on what ended up being quite an exhausting day. I was up staying at a cottage in Sutherland with the plan of ticking Ben Hope and the two Assynt Munros. The trek started with a calm walk along Loch Maree before heading up the steep slopes of Slioch. In fact all you can see from Dearg is a steep jagged fin which is the side most people abseil off from. Even though my dad’s knees were becoming increasingly creaky he still took me, often JP, sometimes my cousins up a hill or two. The midge are without doubt the hidden menace of Scotland. Best Castle Hotels in Scottish Highlands, Scotland: See traveler reviews, candid photos and great deals on castle hotels in Scottish Highlands on Tripadvisor. . A low col connects these two with the main Fisherfield ridge of four. Route info and map » Callum seems to be involved in every aspect of village life. I was dropped off past the ski lifts at Glen Shee (bringing back some horrendous memories of a first ski trip with David and Guy and blizzards) and walked back north over the four hugging the road to the east. A very different walk from those in the west. Very, very wet around Lurg Mhor and down the steep northern slopes. My parents had brought a cottage in the village of Threlkeld, near Keswick when I was 6 and we still have it today – possibly the best decision my dad ever made as the alternative was a caravan near Ambleside! A beautiful, hot and sunny day on an excellent hill, Ben Alligan. Even driving up and back is good: on the M74/A9 there is that slight knot of anticipation which grows as the hills get bigger, that feeling that you are pitting yourself against the mountain and also your own mental strength. Rutting stags through the night and a sojourn up the Corbett to the south followed by the long trek out completed an excellent 2 days. A Munro is classed as a mountain exceeding 3000 feet in height as designated by Sir Hugh Munro in his published Tables of 1891. Again the weather was good but hazy with some light clouds hanging on to the ridge. The weather looked promising so we all took a trip round the point to Arnisdale to Beinn Sritheall overlooking Loch Hourn and Knoydart. 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