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Based out of Newtonmoor in the Central Highlands we have a central location to access a variety of Munros. You will have the opportunity to bag, under winter conditions, a number of classic Mounro tops. The Munros listed below provide solitude from the crowds in the Carirgoms, Glen Coe and Ben Nevis ranges. We will look at the use of ice axe, crampons, navigation, snow structure and weather. The course options are 3 or 5 days duration. 

Munros list

At the rear of Newtonmore are the Munros of Carn Dearg 945m M225, Carn Sgulain 920m M271,  A’ Chailleach 930m M251. South West at Lagan is Ceal Charn 926m M260. 

A short drive south down the A9 is the Drumocher Pass with access to Sgairneach Mhor 991m M155, Beinn Udlamain 1011m M119, Ceal – Charn 917m M279, A’Mherconaich 975m M179, A’Bhuidheanach Bheag 936m M240, Carn na Caim 941m M232 and the solitary Meall Chuaich 951m M214.

Heading West along the A86 we come to Creag Meagaidh 1128m M30M, Carn Liath1006m M127 and Stob Poilte Coire Ardair 1054m M76. A short distance from Creag Meagaidh on the A86 is Beinn a’ Chaorainn 1052m M80 and Beinn Teallach 915m M282. 

Glen Feshie provides access to the hills west of the main Cairngorms.  They are Sgor Gaoith 1118m M36 and Mullach Clach a’ Bhlair 1019m M114. 

Course fee £           contact for details 

We will meet in Newtonmore each morning.