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The Munros are mountains in Scotland over 3000 feet high.
We are offering some fantastic 1-day walking adventures. Ideal for those wanting to get out into the hills around Ullapool and further afield with a qualified mountain leader providing a safe and fun day out.
Included is transport from Ullapool with meeting at the Royal Hotel Ullapool car park. We offer another meeting point at the start of the walk for most 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.
The highest peak in the Northern Highlands, Beinn Dearg is a fine big nugget of a hill, dominating views south-east from Ullapool.
This walk takes you up the beautiful Glen Sguaib to the famous Beinn Dearg and our return follows the west flank along a wonderful ridge. This is the shortest way up and down this grand mountain.
A great drystone wall runs from the bealach up the eastern flank of Beinn Dearg, over the summit plateau and down the long west ridge.
It’s a phenomenal piece of engineering, constructed from blocks of stone and, in places, is almost two metres (6ft) tall.
It’s known as a “famine wall” and is part of the often sad history of the people who once scraped a living in the shadow of the hills where today so many spend their leisure time.
Walk details: 12.3 miles, 20 km – Ascent 1066 m, Descent 1066 m – Walking time 7 h
Beinn Alligin means the Mountain of Beauty in Gaelic – and is well named. This is the easiest of the three famous Torridon ridge traverses, but if the Horns are included it still gives some airy scrambling.
Walk details: 6.25 miles, 10 km – Ascent 1110 m, Descent 1110 m – Walking time 6.5 – 7.5 h
Ben More Assynt and Conival are the only Munros in Assynt (mountains over 3000feet/915 metres.
They are two Rocky Mountains connected by a fine ridge which together offer a somewhat challenging but rewarding day out over rough terrain.
The summits open up amazing views over a remote and remarkable landscape in a geologically fascinating area of the northwest highlands. Ben More Assynt, which translates as ‘Big mountain of Assynt’ is the highest point in Sutherland, with a height of 998 metres.
They are iconic mountains and a must-do for Munro enthusiasts and lovers of wild areas. A wonderful and memorable day out in a stunning area of natural beauty.
Walk details: 10.75 miles, 17.25 km – Ascent 1075 m, Descent 1075 – Walking time 8.5 – 9.5 h
Munros around Ullapool
We take full payment for the ‘Munros around Ullapool’ days 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.
All Munros around Ullapool can be offered as a private departure. We can tailor-make 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
Children (7 – 15) – From GBP 25 pp
Concession (65+) – From GBP 25 pp
Family Ticket 2 Adults 2 Children – GBP 110
All McKenzie Mountaineering – Guided Walking Adventure walks and courses are limited to 7 places, to give you a great experience and to minimise our impact on the environment.