Can't find exactly what you're looking for? The possibilities for top class adventures in Scotland are endless so if you have a particular route or mountain in mind let us know and we can help to make it happen. Bag some of the less well known Munros, explore wild and remote areas or scramble along classic ridges such as Liathach or An Teallach. If you just want to experience the spectacular Scottish environment our experienced guides will be able to choose the perfect route for you ability and aspirations.
Overnight trips are a fantastic way to explore the Scottish Highlands so if you would like to camp out in the wilderness we can do this too.
Depending on the route you go for ropes may be required and the number of people that one guide can work with will be different. The prices below are a daily rate based on 'Roped' and 'Unroped' days for the maximum number of people with one guide. If you're not sure what your chosen route entails please get in touch and we can help you out.
Private guiding is available on any day of the week, at any time of year. Contact us to check our availability and make a booking.
Unroped (prices are per day):
1 person - £200
2 people - £220
3 people - £240
4 people - £260
5-10 people - £280
Roped (prices are per day):
1 person - £220
2 people - £240
3 people - £260
4 people - £280
For overnight trips we will provide dinner and breakfast, and there is an additional cost of £15 per person per night.
To make sure you get the most out of your day we've included the following:
- Kit list
- Helmet and harness (for roped days)
- Ropes and technical equipment (for roped days)
- 10% off at Cotswold Outdoor in Fort William
- 10% off at SYHA hostels
- Safety Brief
- Experienced Mountain Leader or Mountaineering Instructor
- Action photos
The weather in the Scottish mountains can change in a matter of minutes. Rain is common and it can regularly feel as cold as -10 degrees Celsius on the summits, even in the summer. Make sure you are ready for your day by packing the items on the list below.
Thermal base layer top – polyester or woollen, no cotton
Walking trousers – no jeans
Spare fleece or synthetic insulating layer
Waterproof jacket and trousers
Warm hat and gloves (spare gloves recommended)
Walking boots (with ankle support)
Rucksack – roughly 25 litres
Lunch and spare food
1 litre flask or water bottle
Harness and helmet (for roped days)
Map and compass
Emergency survival bag
Sunglasses & sun cream
Mobile phone in a waterproof case