Munros are a collection of mountains in Scotland whose peaks are 3,000 feet or over. The summits are named after Sir Hugh Munro who in 1891 published the tables in the Scottish Mountaineering Club Journal.
We are spoilt for choice with Munros in Glencoe, The Glen Etive Hills and The Mamores and plenty more if you don’t mind a short drive out.
Please check weather conditions before heading out, carry suitable equipment with you and make sure someone is made aware of the route you will be taking and approximate return time.
There are several mountain guides in the area who can help you tackle those Munros which are outside of your comfort zone.
Sgnor na h-Ulaidh (3261 ft)
Sgnor na h-Ulaidh is the forgotten Munro amongst the Glencoe peaks, being out of sight for most of the road through the Glen. Combined with the Corbett Meall na Lighiche, it gives a day with superb views – but with a very steep ascent.
Buachaille Etive Mor – Stob Dearg (3350ft), Stob na Broige ( 3136ft)
Buachaille Etive Beag – Stob Dubh (3143ft), Stob Coire Raineach (3035ft)
Bidean Nam Bian (3773ft), Stob Coire Sgreamhach (3517ft)
Aonach Eagach – Meall Dearg (3127ft), Sgor nam Fiannaidh (3173ft)
Beinn a Bheithir – Sgorr Dhearg (3360ft), Sgor Dhonuill (3284ft)
A fabulous mountain ridge walk taking in two Munros with stunning views; the route is marred however by the ascent and descent from the ridge on pathless heather and eroded paths. Excellent walking on rocky ridges higher up.
The Glen Etive Hills
Ben Starav (3537ft)
Glas Bheinn Mhor (3271 ft)
Beinn nan Aighenan (3150ft)
Stob Coir’ an Albannaich (3425ft)
Meall nan Eun (3045 ft)
Stob Ghabhar (3567 ft)
Stob a’ Choire Odhair (3100 ft)
Creise (3609 ft)
Mealll a’Bhuiridh (3635 ft)
Beinn Sgulaird (3074 ft)
Beinn Fhionnlaidh (3146 ft)
Binnein Beag (3049ft)
Binnein Mor (3707ft)
Na Gruagaichean (3465ft)
Sgurr Eilde Mor (3314ft)
An Gearanach (3222ft)
Stob Coire a’ Chairn (3218ft)
Am Bodach (3386ft)
Sgurr a’ Mhaim (3606ft)
Stob Ban (3278ft)
Mullach nan Coirean (3081 ft)
So a great excuse to check out the accommodation on this website and book yourself some bagging time.
A good reference site for the Munros is Munro Madness