Currently available: 3rd & 4th October
1:1 @ £220 per day
1:2 @ £240 per day
Includes use of helmets, harnesses and all technical equipment
The Black and Red Cuillin of Skye with The Trotternish Ridges hold a fascination and draw which is so different from anything else around the UK. With 12 Munros and 2 Corbetts and a wealth of spectacular & fascinating hill and cliff features...and that's before you are dazzled by the jaw-dropping views from the corries and tops spread across the island.
Your magical journey starts as you cross The Skye Bridge with Loch Alsh below and the vista of hills to the West. Please note that other routes onto Skye exist)
Our trips are primarily set-up to take you scrambling on the high tops of these extraordinary hills. We can combine this with our sight-seeing and tour guiding experience to help you make the most of your journey to Skye: so if the weather lets us down, we certainly won't: with a menu of places to visit as our guided trips aim to help you enjoy this beguiling island.
We like to enable you to be as flexible as possible with your choice so you only pay us for our time with you and we ask that you make your arrangements for accommodation, food and pay for entry to any venue we happen to visit.
Please note that you will need to be prepared for these hill days with previous experience of scrambling and rope skills, inc. abseiling, to get the benefit of your guided days. We would recommend that you need to be confident moving over extensive sections of exposed, narrow and sometimes steep Grade 1 & 2 scrambling terrain. Some Grade 3 and climbing of Moderate / Difficult terrain will be done whilst roped-up. Abseiling is often involved in these routes.
The weather on Skye, like any mountain area can be extremely changeable; so our itinerary may be changed to enable you to experience the island should the higher hills be inaccessible