The Cairngorms are a truly unique landscape of the British Isles, with the highest upland area above 3000ft which holds the next five highest peaks after Ben Nevis. It's also home to some of the most amazing wildlife to see from the mountain hares to the snow buntings and even some plane crash sites which have a few stories to be told!
Ascend 2nd - 6th highest mountains in the UK
Hike along the highest upland area in the UK
Have the security of one of our friendly, professional guides by your side
Have some refreshments in the highest restaurant in the UK
Spot some of the unique wildlife in this vast expanse of the Cairngorm plateau
Starting at the Cas car park in the Cairngorms we have an advantage of being at 650mtrs; we head along the track to the summit of Ben Macdui, the 2nd highest in the UK, before heading down towards the Lairig Ghru at Corrour bothy where we will camp for the night.
Leaving the camping equipment at the camp, we head up onto The Devils Point; we then hand rail the corries taking in the peaks of Cairntoul, Sgor an Lochain Uaine and Braeriach. A cracking day taking in the next three highest peaks in the UK. A great day all round, back to camp for some well-earned rest and food.
Leaving Corrour bothy today we head along towards Gleann Laoigh Bheag, we head up north and eventually onto the Munro of Derry Cairngorm; we then head down towards the largest expanse of water above 900mtrs in the UK, Loch Etchachan, our camp for tonight with the chance for a quick dip if you fancy!
Waking at our camp, we get packed up before head down towards the shelter stone where we can have a little explore of where some people spend the night under the 'shelter stone'. We then continue down to the majestic Loch Avon before heading up Corie Raibeirt and up onto the summit of Cairngorm, topping off the round of taking in the five next highest peaks in the UK! Down to the cafe for coffee and cake!
This adventure is perfect for individuals and small groups, and can be tailored for:
- Hen / Stag parties
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