12 Loch Na Leoba Road Newtonmore, Northern Highlands & Cairngorms National Park

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Summer and winter hillwalking days in the Drumochter Pass.
Operating out of Newtonmore the Drumochter Pass is a short drive down the A9. Either side of the pass there are a variety of summits. They include Beinn Udlamain (1011m),  Sgairneach Mhor (991m), Gearl – Charn (917m) and A’Mharonaich (975m). It's summer, so hopefully there will be plenty of daylight for this long day. Can be split into two shorter days. On the other side of the pass is A’Bhuidheanach Bheag (936m) and Carn na Caim (941m).  There is one other Munro in the pass Meall Chaich (951). These Munros allows for a mixture of long or short days.

The course Two days of guided walking up the high peaks on both sides of the A9 above the Drumochter Pass. Walk along wide mountain crests where Eagles fly. Tracing faint paths and old fence-lines hopefully and have fine vantage points for views overlooking the Drumochter Pass and Loch Ericht to the Ben Alder group and beyond.
Providing an opportunity to bag 7 Munros either side of the pass.
Option to extend an extra day to bag more Munros.
Moderate / Demanding mountain days.

Summer hillwalking days in the Drumochter Pass Course Dates
14 -15 April 2020
25 -26 May 2020
31 July -1 August 2020
By arrangement for 2 or more

Winter on the Drumochter Munros.
As the summer course, but hopeful in winter condition in a great area to develop your winter skills with ice axe, crampons, navigation and snowshoes. You will need personal hill walking equipment suitable for winter conditions.
Option to extend an extra day to bag more Munros.
Strenuous mountain days.

Winter on the Drumochter Munros Course Dates
3 - 4 January 2020
20 -21 February 2020
By arrangement for 2 or more

 

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