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Stac Pollaidh

Height : 612m

Approx time : 2-3 hours up and down

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A well kept path leads all the way up the mountain. A popular mountain climb for families and locals, this hike is not too strenuous but on a clear day gives stunning views over Assynt and Coigach. There is a car park at the start of the mountain just off the single track road leading to Achiltibuie, around 9 miles from The Sleepy Crofter Glamping. Fairly steep but easy hike for more than rewarding views at the top. 


Sgurr an Fhidhleir - The Fiddler

Height : 705m

Approx time : 4-5 hours up and down 

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The summit lies atop a spectacular vertical 500m high cliff, providing amazing views down to the loch and the surrounding Assynt peaks. The Fiddler is usually climbed in conjunction with Ben Mor.

Ben Mor

Height : 743m

Approx time : 6-8 hours up and down

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Dominating the landscape, Ben Mor is an enormous pyramid with no obvious easy approaches. The beginning of the hike is steep and relentless and there are pathless sections with boggy ground. This climb takes most of a day but is rewarded with spectacular 360 views. 


Height :731m

Approx time : 7-9 hours up and down

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One of Scotland's best known and recognisable mountains. Placed in the heart of Assynt with beautiful views makes Suilven one of the finest peaks in Britain. The climb to the ridge is steep and requires some scrambling.

An Teallach

Height : 1062m

Approx time : 9-10 hours up and down 

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An Teallach is possibly one of the most impressive mountains in Britain. Steep and rocky mountain terrain and boggy at a lower level. Climbing An Teallach gives a day of drama and views that will provide long lived memories. Allow the full day to climb. 

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