With 282 Munros (Mountains over 3000 feet) and 222 Corbetts (Mountains between 2500-3000 feet), along with hundreds of other fantastic mountains, lochs, forests and glens, you are only limited by your imagination when it comes to exploring this dramatic landscape.


Scotland also has some of the last truly wild places in the UK and they can be hugely rewarding and tranquil places to explore; And topped off with some fantastic geology, flora and fauna, what are you waiting for?


Below we have listed a handful of our favourite walks which we feel give a fantastic cross section to the types of mountains and hiking you get in Scotland, however, we cannot list everything, therefore, if you have something in mind that is not listed or fancy a recommendation for something a little more 'off the beaten track', don't hesitate to 

Contact Us and we will do our best to fulfill your requirements.

If you would like to check out
an interactive map of all the Munros and Corbetts across Scotland for some more inspiration, click here 


Ben Nevis

The highest peak in the UK, standing proud over Lochaber and commanding some of the best mountain views anywhere in the country!

Cairngorm & Ben Macdui

The 7th and 2nd highest peaks in the UK respectively. These mountains sit high on the spectacular Cairngorm Plateau.

Meall nan Tarmachen

A beautiful Munro in the southern Highlands with 360° views and a very satisfying 'narrow bit' in the middle to make for a fantastic day out.

Ben Lomond

The most southerly Munro in Scotland, Ben Lomond marks the beginning of the highlands and has panoramic views across Loch Lomond and the southern Highlands.


One of the most  important mountains in scientifc history, it stands in dramatic isolation near the head of Loch Rannoch, giving 360° views of the central Highlands.

Beinn a'Chrulaiste

Tucked in amongst the larger peaks of Glencoe, this mountain is often overlooked. It shouldn't be. Breathtaking views await!


Situated in the Royal Balmoral Estate, Lochnangar is a grand mountain with a dramatic northern corrie and great views across the Mounth Plateau & SE Cairngorms.

Creag Meagaidh

A fantastic big mountain horseshoe, taking in the three Munros of the 'Meggie' Massif. Only as you walk this mountain does it reveal its hidden heart!

Ben Hope

The most northerly Munro in Scotland & almost as close to the Artic Circle as to London, Ben Hope holds a lofty position above the white sand beaches of the Southerland coast.

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