1 week start of June...
I prefer quality not quantity.
If you like mountains and have never been to Torridon go there immediately there is 3 monsters waiting for you.
The 5 sisters of Kintail are a pretty sight.
Check out the reports on scottishhills.com .
Day-walking or camping.
Fisherfield would be my destination of choice if the latter.
If you're determined to bag munros then Glen Shiel is a good bet.
> I want to find out what all this Munro bagging lark is about.
It's just walking up hills. Not much different to walking up hills that aren't Munros, only it may not be as far to the top...
I don't recommend the approach we took to Saileag when we took part in the 1998 Water Aid Munro Challenge; straight up from the road to Bealach an Lapain. We wanted to make sure we got to our designated peak, and Saileag's rather in the middle of the ridge...
Did the full Cuiillins ridge back in 2008 with 8 days of wall to wall sunshine and no midg,Jealous anyone
I'm also thinking of heading up to Scotland to do some walking in a few weeks time and found a wonderful website called WalkHighlands.
To find a route click on the map on the home page, then drill down further into the area and the walks. It will then give you lots of info about the route, including a map, route profile, GPS waypoints as well as an option to download a Google Earth KMZ file.
dont get hooked on the munroes, there are some big crap ones. stick to doing the walks which you want to do because they are good.
have you been up past ullapool? that area is amazing.
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