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Kushi Adventures

Guided Mountain Walks and Guided Hill Walks in Inverness, Scotland

Guided Mountain Walks

Why choose a Guided Mountain Walk?

Whether you are new to Scotland or just want to take on a bigger challenge, using a guide is great for enjoying a safe introduction to walks which suit your ability.

Scottish mountains present their own unique challenges. Our guided walks are led by knowledgeable professionals, who have an appreciation of the landscape, weather and points of interest along the way. It's also a good way to gain new skills or update existing ones.
The unique grandeur of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland plays host to some of the most varied and beautiful landscapes in the World. From Munros to historic glens to unspoilt coastlines there are routes for all levels of walking and mountaineering ability!

Kushi Adventures provide guided hill walking for small groups who wish to enjoy Scotland's mountains and wilderness areas. Kushi Adventures are aware of the growing interest in the Munros and the many classic routes through the Highlands of Scotland. Routes can be chosen by the client or we can advise on suitable areas based on the clients experience and the weather on the day.
You may need a guide for a route on a specific peak or you may want to visit several mountain ranges over a few days. Whatever your ambitions are - contact us and we will plan a guided mountain walking adventure to suit you.
As well as single mountain days we specialise in multi day camping expeditions.

Munros

Munros are the highest of Scotland's mountains, 284 mountain tops named after the man who first catalogued them, Sir Hugh Munro. The Munros have a height of over 3000 feet (914.4 metres)...
The Corbetts are the equivalent mountains with altitudes between 2500ft and 3000ft. whilst smaller in stature many Corbetts rival Munros for walking and climbing.
Climbing all the Munros or 'Munro-bagging' is a popular pursuit amongst the climbing and hill walking fraternity. The first recorded bagger to climb all the Munros was the Rev. A. E. Robertson in 1901 and since then, the Scottish Mountaineering Club has recorded over 2800 intrepid souls who have 'completed'.

Maximum normal guide to client ratio: 1:4 (Bigger group? - ask)

Price: £65 per person per day (1:1 £120/day)

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