Our programme for the next few months is shown below. We hope that you will be interested in attending one or more of these meets. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit us on Facebook.
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We ask that you are realistic and consider your fitness, resilience, ability and equipment before selecting a meet that is suitable to you. For example, the degree of fitness, resilience, ability and equipment that are required for a winter day in the Cairngorms, are of a completely different order of magnitude to those required for a summer walk in the Trossachs. You should be responsible for your own safety and enjoyment and consider that of others so that everyone has an enjoyable time and no one is put at undue risk or inconvenience. If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.
19 January 2019
Winter Walk in the Southern Highlands
Venue to be confirmed, but it’s a winter walk anticipating use of ice axe and crampons.
Cairngorm Christian Centre, Kincraig
Grade 2, 3 and ski
Just 7 miles south of Aviemore, this is an ideal venue for winter walking and skiing. There is no limit to the walking opportunities available, and skiing is within a short drive. What more could you ask for? The centre is well appointed with excellent sleeping, relaxing, cooking and eating facilities. The cost will be £14 per person, per night.
Annual Dinner Meet, Pitlochry
Grade 2, 3 and 4
The Annual Dinner will take place in Pitlochry at McKays Hotel. Further details to follow. In the absence of hostels open at this time of year, there are many B&Bs in the area if overnight accommodation is required. Some members may wish to take the opporturtinity for a walk prior to the meal.
Day Walk – Meall Glas and Sgiath Chuil (between Crianlarich and Killin)
These two Munros lie to the west of Killin and are normally done together and reachable from the A85 in Glen Dochart. Depending on weather and possible snow conditions, we may adjust our route and complete one or both hills.
Sannox Christian Centre
Isle of Arran
Grade 3, 4
The Sannox Centre is a newly refurbished and extended Christian centre. A limited number of places have been booked so an early sign of interest would be helpful. Arran offers a huge variety of walking opportunities from nice easy coastal paths to mountain ridges and of course Goatfell with it four possible routes. Giant caves and waterfalls are also attractions to visit. The main ferry sail from Ardrossan with the last ferry being 6pm and there is also a less frequent ferry service from Claoniag.
3 May–6 May (3 nights Fri, Sat, Sun)
Ronnan Cottage, Aultbea (north of Poolewe)
Grade 2, 3
Ronnan Cottage (small LSCC hut), is a new location for the long May weekend. It’s located on the scenic west coast at Aultbea, between Gairloch and Dundonnell, 7 miles north of Poolewe. Larger hills may not be on the doorstep, but there are some remoter Grahams and Corbetts to make a long day’s walk and many smaller hills and coast walks on this wild coastline. Accommodation cost for the three nights will be £33 each.
Walking the Lairig Ghru
Staying at Mar Lodge bunkhouse. Cost: accommodation £40 and a small amount to cover travel to start at Rothiemurchus. More details to follow.