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Classic Torridon

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Torridon

7 days

Minibus

2 - 8

Torridon

4

This area on the west coast has some of the most dramatic, broody scenery you could wish for. Torridon’s reputation in Scotland is wholly justified. A landscape of towering buttresses & a primeval feel – it is a very special area to visit even if you’re not hiking.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Beinn Alligin
  • Liathach Ridge
  • Slioch
  • Beinn Eighe
  • Beinn Damh

You will need a good head for heights as there are some narrow ridges and some scrambling on some of these routes

INCLUDED

  • fully inclusive
  • experienced, qualified local guide
  • spectacular views of the Torridon mountains
  • pick up and drop off at Aviemore station or Inverness airport
  • transport to the walks
  • 5 day walks
  • 1 rest day (optional tour of the area – additional supplement may apply)
  • all meals included from the evening of arrival to the morning of departure
  • one dinner out at a local restaurant
  • 7 nights accommodation

ITINERARY

Arrive:

at pick-up points by stipulated time (see options below) on day before walking starts.

 

Day 1:

The narrow ridges followed by the entertaining three Horns of the Jewel Mountain, Beinn Alligin, makes a very fine introduction to the Torridon mountains.

 

Day 2:

Slioch – ‘the spear’ – rises fortress like to dominate the most beautiful of lochs, Loch Maree. A walk in mountain splendour and one of the Scotland’s classic peaks.

 

Day 3:

The view of Liathach from Glen Torridon is stupendous. It’s eastern spine appears to rise sheer in a series of fortressed buttresses. We breach the defences of this huge monolith for a traverse along its sensational crest.

 

Day 4:

Rest day

 

Day 5:

Beinn Eighe’s is another of Torridon’s Giants. Its northerly flanks thrust out rocky spurs to encircle deep corries with cliff skirted headwalls, the finest of which is Coire Mhic Fhearchair & it’s 1000ft triple buttress – one of the natural wonders of Scotland.

 

Day 6:

Beinn Damh may be just short of Munro status but it doesn’t lack interest. Its dramatic east face of towering buttresses & huge cliffs makes it an equal amongst its neighbouring giants.

 

Depart:

day after walking finishes after breakfast.

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