Get one day off work and join us for weekend on Munro Bagging on the mountains next to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond.
If you’re up for the challenge we’ll conquer some of the most famous munros in Scotland that rise over 3000ft (914.4m).
Hiking these Munros is the best way to fully experience the incredible scenery in Scotland, in completely remote locations.
In total there is 282 Munros in Scotland with the highest Ben Nevis near Fort William on the West Coast at 4,411 ft (1345m).
We will hike between 3-5 munros over the course of the weekend including Ben Lomond 975m, Ben Ime 1011m, Ben Narnain 926m, Ben Vorlich 985m and Stuc a’ Chroin 975m.
Friday Morning: We’ll collect you from Glasgow Airport or Glasgow city if you decided to come the night before. You’ll aim to organise a flight arriving into Glasgow Airport no later than 10.30am.
The drive will take approximately 1hr and already dressed in your hiking gear we’ll head towards Rowardennan car park, where we’ll park the van. Our first Munro will be Ben Lomond.
Saturday: We’ll head to the Western side of Loch Lomond and hike the Arrochar Alps, gateway to the highlands.
We’ll conquer The Cobbler (not a Munro), Ben Ime and Ben Narnain, bagging two munros in one day.
Sunday: Near the quaint town of Callander our last day will be Ben Vorlich and if you’ve got any more energy, even Stuc a’ Chroin.
Please note the above schedule is only an example and can be adjusted to suit fitness levels. In addition weather conditions will obviously dictate what Munros we hike on the day.
You should be looking to book flights from 6pm on Sunday evening or we can can also offer an additional nights accommodation at an extra cost.