Glen Affric Expedition
Unexplored Scotland is proud to present a new 3 day hillwalking expedition in the magnificent Glen Affric and Strath Cannich area.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Challenging
Group Size Medium Group
Glen Affric and Strath Cannich are in a remote area in the north of Scotland. These 2 Highland valleys have some magnificent hills and some of them are hard to get to. They are very much calling out to be climbed together. Glen Affric is well known for its hills and the surrounding forests. On this trip you will climb up all 8 Munros to the north of the glen. Since this is quite some undertaking it will be done in 2 days. The First day we will spend the time to walk up the less known hills of Strath Cannich. However they are just as great.
All in all you will be able to bag in 12 Munros in just 3 days. This will be something to be proud of. No easy feat though.
Due to stalking at the estates in the area it is only possible to do this walk till mid July.
- Qualified Mountain Leader
- Sleeping mat
- Camping stove
- Cooking utensils
- Friendly, relaxing and professional environment
- Limited transportation to the hills
- Sleeping bag
Start walking at the end of the road of Strath Cannich and walk up Carn nan Gobhar. The second hill, Sgurr na Lapaich is with 1150m the highest and certainly the most magnificent hill in this group. We will finish of the day with another 2 hills and camp at the far end of Loch Mullardoch.
The Longest Day
This will be the longest and toughest day of the 3 by walking up a maximum of 6 Munros. The Highlight of the Glen Affric north ridge is Garn Eige with 1183m. This night we will camp high up. Where depends on how far we will get on this day. It’s all a bit of an adventure.
On the last day we will finish the Glen Affric hills by walking up Tom a’Choinich and Toll Creagach. Then we will pick an easy way back down to Glen Cannich.
Our tents are high quality 4 season tents which can withstand any weather thrown at them in Scotland.
- 4 season tent
- Air sleeping mat (Therm-A-Rest)
- Sleeping bag
Since camping is going to be high up most of the time we would advise a 3 season sleeping bag.
Yes as long as it can stand up some wind. It is in the mountains after all.
The lighter the better. We advise dehydrated food. You can get some pretty good stuff from most outdoor shops now.