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West Highlands

Steall Falls

Steall Falls from Glen Nevis is one of the finest shorter walks in Scotland.  From the end of the public road a rocky trail climbs through the Nevis Gorge to reach an open meadow and the magnificent Steall Falls.

Loch Lomond 

The eastern shore of Loch Lomond provides something for everyone.  From gentle loch side strolls; a journey along the Highland Boundary Fault to Conic Hill; or a longer ascent of Ben Lomond. 

Lost Valley, Glencoe

The Lost Valley of Glencoe is situated between the easternmost 2 of the 3 Sisters of Glencoe.  Climbing steeply through the rocky gorge, and passing huge glacial erratics to arrive in the hidden valley. 

Buachaille Etive Beag

An achievable first (and second) Munro in Glencoe, Buachaille Etive Beag provides 2 fine summits connected by a classic mountain ridge offering tremendous views along Loch Etive at its furthest point.

Ben A'an

Ben A'an is located in the heart of the Trossachs and is a true mountain in miniature.  The steep ascent is rewarded by panoramic views from the craggy summit including along the full length of Loch Katrine. 

West Highland Munros

For the more energetic we are spoilt for choice in the West Highlands.  We recommend climbing one of our 4000 foot peaks such as Aonach Mor or Ben Nevis, or planning a multi-Munro round of the Mamores.


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