Glencoe has some if the most breathtaking mountain scenery in the country. Whilst famous for it's scrambling, mountaineering and rock climbing, there are walking routes to the summit of these lofty peaks for all abilities. With many Munros and smaller peaks to ascend, Glencoe lives up to and exceeds its reputation for quality and exhilarating mountain walking. Get in touch to discuss what will be the right choice for you.
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This is Scotland's most photographed mountain and for good reason. The iconic peak stands at the gateway to Glencoe and offers superb views across the vast expanse of Rannoch Moor. Whilst it's North East rocky face is only accessible by scrambling and climbing, walkers too can stand on this awesome peak!
The smaller brother or Buachaille Etive Mor, the twin peaks of Buachaille Etive Beag are ideal for those wanting a slightly less challenging day but with all the views are rewards of a Glencoe summit. Great for those taking their first steps into climbing the Munros.
Keen to back an elusive Munro? Want to take a more exciting route to a summit? Get in touch with us to arrange a tailor made trip for you. From summits like Bidean nam Bian to scrambles on Sron na Lairig and Gearr Aonach....
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If you're after something more challenging why not check out our Glencoe Scrambles page? The Aonach Eagach and Curved Ridge are amongst some of the routes on offer for the more adventurous!