Glencoe

Looking for ideas? Glencoe is one of the most spectacular of all the Scottish Glens, famed for its dramatic peaks and turbulent history. It is one of our favourite areas to explore so check out some of our options below!

 

If you would like to discuss what might be right for you then please get in touch!

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Buachaille Etive Mor

'The Great Herdsman of Etive,' Buachaille Etive Mor is a truly iconic mountain of Scotland, guarding the entrance to Glencoe. The route ascends two Munros, Stob Dearg and Stob na Broige, that are linked by a fine, lofty ridge. The ascent and descent is steep and rough in places, though the hard work is always repaid by this wonderful mountain.

Distance: 13km

Time: 7-9 hours

Ascent: 1,110 metres

Stunning views, big mountain feel, two Munro summits

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The Lost Valley (Coire Gabhail)

Make the short, but rough, way up into Coire Gabhail and find yourself immersed in the beauty of this incredible hanging valley.

 

Distance: 4km

Time: 2-3 hours

Ascent: 335 metres

Perfect for a half-day trip

Fantastic mountain and river scenery

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Buachaille Etive Beag

The smaller brother of Buachaille Etive Mor,

the 'Wee Buachaille' offers many of the same features

but in a more accessible fashion.

It is therefore an ideal option for those wanting to experience the full majesty of Glencoe and the surrounding mountains in a smaller package!

Distance: 8km

Time: 5-6 hours

Ascent: 900 metres

Excellent views of Glencoe, two Munro summits,

well-built path for ascent/descent