Scottish Winter Walking

Scottish Guided Winter Walking

4 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Grade: Introductory level | 3 or 5 mountain days | Guide ratio 1:6


A continuation of the Winter Walking Skills course. Aimed at those who have already gained the essential skills and simply want to enjoy walking in the winter hills under our expert guidance whilst consolidating their experience without the need to move onto steeper climbing terrain. Previous experience: a good level of fitness and confidence in the use of axe and crampons is required.

Please do not make non-refundable travel arrangements until you have verified that your course is confirmed to run.

Trip dossier

Scottish Guided Winter Walking

  • Instruction
  • Full board accommodation with three course evening meals & packed lunches, starting with breakfast on the first morning through to packed lunch on the day of departure. Bar meals can be purchased until 8.30pm on the day of your arrival
  • Technical equipment (see kit list for full detail and any exclusions)
  • 15% off the RRP on clothing and equipment purchased from Adventure Peaks shop
  • Travel to Scotland
  • Evening meal on arrival and drinks
  • Personal equipment
  • Uplift by cable car on Aonach Mor or the White Corries
  • Entry to the ice wall at the Ice Factor in the event of severe weather

Accommodation is booked from the night of your arrival with instruction starting the following morning. Check out is normally the morning of your final day unless you have booked an additional night. This is booked on a twin or double room basis: however single rooms will be provided where there is not a member of the same sex to share with. Single rooms and additional nights can be requested at an extra cost.

1 review for Scottish Guided Winter Walking

  1. 4 out of 5


    There were only 2 of us on the course so we benefited from above and beyond guiding. Really was a cracking day out for our route up the Ben via Coire Leis. The final day too!

    I was very lucky to get a weather window mid Feb. My first ascent of ‘The Ben’ in Winter conditions and not the tourist route, what more could you ask for. Thanks Mark, thanks Graeme! Good skills tips, patience and we were safe in their hands. I shall not forget the views of the 3 sisters and then Glen Etive on the last day – one is now a picture on my wall. Sunshine and no wind, we were able to take it all in during a half hour summit stop on Buachaille Etive Beag.

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The Initial Deposits for this booking will be :£150 per Person

Land Only Availability Days Price Book
6th Jan 2017 - 8th Jan 2017
22nd Jan 2017 - 27th Jan 2017
3rd Feb 2017 - 5th Feb 2017
12th Feb 2017 - 17th Feb 2017
19th Feb 2017 - 24th Feb 2017
3rd Mar 2017 - 5th Mar 2017
17th Mar 2017 - 19th Mar 2017
19th Mar 2017 - 24th Mar 2017