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Included is transport from Ullapool with meeting at 10 am along the Royal Hotel Ullapool car park. We offer another meeting point at the start of the walk for some walks. A lot of our walks are linear and two vehicles are a must with two drivers. We offer this and this is planned into our pricing.
Bone caves to Traligill Caves and Inchnadampf
This walk takes you up the beautiful limestone valley of the Allt nan Uamh (Burn of the Caves) to the famous Bone Caves. Here the bones of bears, reindeer and wolves have been discovered. Once in a time, these majestic animals roamed in this part of the country.
From the Caves, we make our way up towards the foot of Breabag, from here we turn north walking pathless towards Inchnadampfh.
Another stunning limestone landscape opens up in front of us. The valley called Traligill named by the Norsemen, meaning valley of the Trolls. We explore this part for a bit before finishing off at the walker’s car park in Inchnadamph.
Walk details: 6.5 miles, 10 km – Ascent 400 m, Descent 470 m – Walking time 4 h
Culnacraig to Blughasary via the Postie Path
Kenneth McLennan of Blairbuie normally walked this route twice a week with the mail. The postal service got established in the 1860s and called a’Gabhail na Creige – taking the rock.
This was the sole route to travel on land from Achilitibuie to Ullapool unit the circular road around the north was built. At the meeting stone above Achilitibuie churchgoers and cattle drovers would meet.
Once ready they would ‘take the rock’ to head south towards Clachan Church at the edge of Loch Broom or the markets further south.
The ‘Postie`s Path’ is not for the fainthearted but has been slowly being restored to make the walk easier to navigate with some stone markers to show the way.
Walk details: 6.2 miles, 10 km – Ascent 270 m, Descent 380 m – Walking time 3 – 4 h
Loch toll an Lochain, a Corrie not to miss
Toll an Lochain is one of the most splendid corries in Scotland, the loch is enclosed by the sawtoothed pinnacles of An Teallach, this fabled mountain is perhaps the most impressive in Britain.
It doesn`t come lightly, and the approach is not always straightforward yet archivable for most. It comes with a vast reward once the steep-sided rock faces come into view.
We spent our lunch at the loch with magnificent views towards the Corrie admiring the brave who tackle the ridge. Once rested we find our way through another off-path section towards our descent track to Corrie Hallie.
A short drive away we can enjoy An Teallach beer from the local brewery in the Dundonnell Hotel before returning to Ullapool.
Walk details: 7 miles, 11 km – Ascent 500 m, Descent 500 m- Walking time 3.5 – 4 h
Little Assynt to Elphin
This superb linear cross-country walk heads right through the wild heart of Assynt, passing between Canisp and Suliven.
Assynt in the far North West of Scotland is literally jaw-dropping, the landscape is so outstanding and different that you’d think you’d travelled to another planet.
We start the walk from Little Assynt towards Suileag Bothy. Here we can feel the remoteness which is unique to this area with a stunning view towards Suliven.
Once rested we walk south-west past the approach path for mighty Suliven towards Loch an Gainimh. The going from now will change more into a narrow path rockier and rockier.
Walk details: 12 miles, 19.5 km – Ascent 350 m, Descent 280 m – Walking time 6 h
Along the Coffin Road to Clachan Church
Two Hundred years ago this route was the main overland route connecting two coastal communities.
Clachan Church was its main church the route over the hill from Dundonnell is sometimes referred to as the ‘Kirk road’ or ‘Coffin road’. The present church was built in 1817 near to its predecessor from 1793.
The route crosses high hill-ground and can be a difficult undertaking when the weather is coming in. Your effort will be well rewarded with breathtaking views over mighty An Teallach, the Fannichs and the two Loch Brooms.
Walk details: 6.5 miles, 10 km – Ascent 400 m, Descent 450 m – Walking time 3.5 h
Ben More Coigach from West to East
Ben More Coigach dominates the landscape north of Ullapool and it`s long, table shaped summit plateau is an ideal mountain to master in a day.
The best route is a linear route to experience all the features this striking mountain has to offer. With 743 metres (2438 ft) it seems fairly straightforward. But this walk is steep in places, off-path offers some airy ridges (can be bypassed if needed).
The views are worth this effort and there are not many better days out than this to the north of Ullapool. To the north and east side, you have the lonely giants of Assynt and to the west and south, you have the mighty mountain chains of the Fisherfields, Fannichs and An Teallach.
Walk details: 7 miles, 11 km – Ascent 620 m, Descent 730 m – Walking time 4h
Walks around Ullapool
|Route||Details||Difficulty||Total Time (including Transport)|
|Bone Caves to Traligill Caves and Inchnadampf||6.5 miles, 10 km – Ascent 400 m, Descent 470 m – Walking time 4 h||5 h|
|Culnacraig to Blughasary via the Postie Path||6.2 miles, 10 km – Ascent 270 m, Descent 380 m – Walking time 3 – 4 h||5.5 h|
|Loch Toll An Lochain, a Corrie not to miss||7 miles, 11 km – Ascent 500 m, Descent 500 m- Walking time 3.5 – 4 h||5 h|
|Ben More Coigach from North to South||7 miles, 11 km – Ascent 620 m, Descent 730 m – Walking time 4h||5.5 h|
|Little Assynt to Elphin||12 miles, 19.5 km – Ascent 350 m, Descent 280 m – Walking time 6 h||7 h|
|Along the Coffin Road to Clachan Church||6.5 miles, 10 km – Ascent 400 m, Descent 450 m – Walking time 3.5 h||4.5 h|
We take full payment for the day walks at the time of booking. All payments will be 100 % refundable until 24 hours before the walk starts. This should give you enough flexibility regarding COVID-19.
We offer a reduction of “Adults” tickets for groups from 2 onwards and two different Family tickets for 4 & 5 members.
All Walks around Ullapool can be offered as a private departure. We can tailor-made you any day walk you prefer within a 1h 30 min drive from Ullapool. This includes Torridon, Dundonnell, Gairloch, Assynt and parts of Sutherland.
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1 Adults (16+) – From GBP 35 pp
2 Adults (16+) – From GBP 30 pp
3 Adults (16+) – From GBP 27 pp
4 Adults (16+) – From GBP 25 pp
(Tier Pricing is only for one booking of up to four Adults)
Children (7 – 15) – From GBP 25 pp
Concession (65+) – From GBP 25 pp
Family Ticket 2 Adults 2 Children – GBP 75
Family Ticket 2 Adults 3 Children – GBP 90
ONLY 7 CLIENTS MAXIMUM ON EACH WALK. PLEASE BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.