Should it be a high-level mountain walk over Munro’s or Corbett’s to low level walks through a picturesque or remote Glen then I am more than happy to fill your requirements.

Perhaps you have a specific mountain you wish to conquer such as Ben Lawers, Schiehallion or Ben Lomond. Or perhaps you would like to experience a day out on the Ochil’s with widespread views across Central Scotland to the borders of both the Southern Uplands and the Highlands. The choice is unlimited.

Just let us know what you want to do and we will organise the rest.

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Southern & Central Highlands

Classic mountain days

Scotland is blessed with an abundance of great and unforgettable mountain days. Here is a just a short selection of classics that I can offer all of which  are easy to reach from the Central Belt.

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Ben More and Stob Binnein (Crianlarich Hills)

Best approached from the south these two well known hills are not to be underestimated but equally and quite rightly provide a classic and unforgettable day on the hill.

Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime (Arrochar Alps)

These two Munros based by Arrochar entail a hefty amount of ascent due to the route starting from sea level but on a fine day the rewards are more than worth it due to the wonderful panorama and views across Argyll and beyond.

Loch Lubnaig Hills – Ben Ledi and Benvane

Seldom climbed together a fine route with a significant amount of spent time on the ridge connecting these two hills can be taken from Brig of Turk in the Trossachs and returning via Glen Finglas.

Tarmachan Ridge

Undoubtedly one of the finest hill walks in the Southern Highlands. Overlooking the village of Killin , the Tarmachan Ridge not only provides an excellent introduction to ridge walking but offers a high-level traverse that includes 5 summits of over 3,000 ft which includes the Munro, Meall nan Taramachan.

Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’ Chroin

Most hillwalkers will undertake this walk from the north starting from Loch Earn but the best way to discover what these two fine Munro’s has to offer is to approach from the south just north of the small town Callander.

Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh (Bridge of Orchy Hills)

These two fine Munros which are handily accessed from Bridge of Orchy rail station offer expansive views across the Southern and Central Highlands

Hillwalking Pricing

For a specially arranged walk

Maximum group size is 8 people

£120 - for 1 person
£140 - for 2 people
£160 - for 3 people
£180 - for 4 people
£200 - for 5 people
£220 - for 6 people
£220 - for 7 people
£260 - for 8 people

* Advertised Walks through our events page will start from £40 per person ( each guided day walk may require a minimum of 3 participants to run).


These are our current hillwalking day events that we have planned