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Top 10 Highest Munros

24/09/2021 @ 8:00 am - 27/09/2021 @ 5:00 pm

Big Munro bagging weekend!

What with car sharing and shared accommodation not really being an option this year we are going to postpone this for 2021. Instead we are heading into the Cairngorms on the weekend of the 18/19th of September for a wild camping trip to do the Cairngorm 4000. Check the Cairngorm 4000 event for all the details.

This has been on the hit list for a few of the Rebels. A long weekend of tacking the top 10 highest Munros in Scotland. We will put out a kit list which will include wild camping equipment eg. tent / bivvy, head torch, proper hiking boots, plenty of food, plenty of water although we will plan on topping up in streams. Luckily we will br driving between locations so plenty of opportunities to top up on snacks and meals.

The Schedule

This is a rough idea of the plan.

Friday

This involves a chilled day by Loch Tay and doing Ben Lawers and Ben Ghlas. Then we will travel up to Aviemore by car (roughly 1hr 45 mins) in the evening. Hoping to stay in a hostel or campsite so that we get a shower and decent meal before heading into the Cairngorms the next morning.

Walk Highlands Details 

Saturday & Sunday

Going big with 2 days and a wild camp in the Cairngorm Munros tackling Ben Macdui, Braeriach, Cairn Toul and Beinn a’bhuird. Then on Sunday night we will drive over to the foot of Ben Nevis.

A rough route on Walk Highlands

Monday

We finish with 3 munros on the final day which are the infamous Ben Nevis, Carn More Dearg and Aonach Beag.

Rough route from Walk Highlands

You can drop in at any point and meet us if you would just like to join us for Monday or Saturday etc. The date at the moment is the last weekend in September but it is subject to change and we will be keeping an eye on the weather!

 

If you want to see what other events we have lined up for this year read our 2020 events blog!

Details

Start:
24/09/2021 @ 8:00 am
End:
27/09/2021 @ 5:00 pm
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Venue

Scotland

Organizer

Robyn Philips