Letterewe and the Fisherfields area is one of the most remote areas of Scotland which needs to be explored by foot, with some famous mountains close we have options to do some munro bagging or to ease ourselves in with some more gentle walking and exploring. To truly enjoy this area 5 days is required to make our way through and up these mountains from Beinn Eighe to Ullapool.
Trek through some of the last true wilderness of the Scottish Highlands
Have one of our local, friendly and experienced guides by your side
Learn about some of the local history and flower and fauna during
Day 1 Kinlochewe - Loch Maree
Starting at Kinlochewe, we wander down beside the river taking in the stunning views of Slioch and down Loch Maree, the longest fresh water in Scotland that hasn't had any human impact. The shores of where we will camp tonight.
Day 2 Loch Maree - Fionn Loch
Waking up beside Loch Maree, we get packed up and head along the trail to Lettewe, a small settlement of a few houses that you can only access by foot or boat. After lunch here taking in the views of Beinn Eighe, we head up the postman track to Fionn Loch where we will camp for the night.
Day 3 Fionn Loch - Shenavall
Today we have the opportunity to take on a few Munros if people feel up for it. To the East of the trail, we have A' Mhaighdean and Ruadh Stac Mor before heading down to the magnificent bothy of Shenavall, where we plan to camp close by with the imposing An Teallach close for the adventurous next day.
Day 4 Shenavall - Shenavall
Waking up under the impressive fortress of An Teallach, our objective for today. We head up the track and break NW to head for Sail Liath, here we wind our way along the ridge passing Lord Berkley's Seat to the summit of Sgurr Fiona and onto Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill before returning to our camp at Shenavall.
Day 5 Shenavall - Car park A832
The last day of this magic trip we pack up and head along the track taking in the sheer size of An Teallach and what we done the day before, enjoying the views as we wander along to the A832 near Dundonnell.
✓ Highly experienced & qualified guide
✓ On-course transport
✓ Camping food if staying under canvas
✓ Camping stoves (trangia style) inc fuel
✓ Camping mats
✓ Tents 2 or 3 man
✓ Group shelter
✓ First Aid kit
What's not included?
✗ Trip Insurance
What do I need to bring?
Quality, breathable waterproof jacket and trousers. We recommend Gore-tex or similar
A pair of comfortable, waterproof walking boots
Walking trousers (synthetic materials; jeans or similar are not suitable)
Spare insulating layer
Hat & gloves
Sleeping bag, 3 season
Spare set of clothes x 2
Some large zip-lock bags to keep your clothes and equipment organised
Spare set of light clothes
Head torch, plus spare batteries
Water bottle or flask
Waterproof or zip lock bag for camera/phone
Sunglasses and sun cream (you just never know!)
What else can we provide?
Pick up & drop-offs
Full trip info and kit list can be downloaded here
We understand that getting a quality nights sleep and being able to dry your equipment can make all the difference to the comfort and enjoyment of your trip, therefore we have high quality camping equipment to maximise your comfort without breaking the scales.
DATES & PRICES
If you would prefer private guiding or instruction then please select your start date and book using our easy to use bookings system. Or if you have a larger group please enquire here.
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DATES DON'T WORK?
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