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October, 2020

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Mountain Bike coaching with Ride Argyll – Oct Dates
From: Sat 3rd Oct 20, 10am
To: Sat 31st Oct 20, 3pm
Location: Glencoe Mountain Resort

With the chairlift shortly up and running, Glencoe Mountain Resort bike hire is now open. For those looking to try our trails out with some coaching, why not consider one of our regular sessions with Ride Argyll? Richard from Ride Argyll is the coach for the sessions. He is a top level Mountain Bik

Ranger Guided Walk: Hidden Valley / Coire Gabhail
Fri 9th Oct 20, 10am to 2pm
Location: NTS Glencoe

Come and enjoy exploring Glencoe’s famous hidden valley, Coire Gabhail, a hideout for cattle thieves. This walk takes you up into the hidden valley, revealing fantastic views of Glencoe. Learn about the local environment and history, and maybe glimpse a red deer or a golden eagle. Our Rangers a

Glencoe (night swim) – Highland Open Water Swim
Sat 10th Oct 20
Location: Car park by Isles of Glencoe Hotel, Ballachulish

Last year, this swim was so popular we decided to come back again! It's not a long or a difficult swim, but doing it in the dark adds something special. Every swimmer wears a yellow glow stick, which certainly makes for great pictures in the dark. This is a relatively short swim, and even run in

Tartan Paint @ The Clachaig!
From: Sat 10th Oct 20, 9pm
To: Sun 11th Oct 20, 1am
Location: Clachaig Inn, Glencoe

Driving melodies and infectious rhythms from The Highlands. There will be dancing ... Tartan Paint are a dynamic trad trio featuring fiddle, accordion, guitar, percussion and vocals. Ceilidh, covers and craic are guaranteed!

Corran Narrows – Highland Open Water Swim
Sun 11th Oct 20
Location: Corran Ferry Terminal

This is the fourth time we cross the Corran Narrows and it has become one of our most popular swims. At 380m, it may be a short swim, but it's not without its challenges as you can always feel the tide pulling... and not in the direction you want to swim! This is a short swim, but it may not be indi

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Kinlochleven Autumn Walking Festival – Corrour Station to Kinlocheven
Sat 24th Oct 20, 7.20am
Location: Meet at Fort William Train Station

This walk is a fantastic way to see the area without too much uphill! It is approx. 20km with a height gain of 75m. Mostly flat on good paths. The day will start at Fort William Train Station, from where we'll catch the first train out to this remote station (please bring money for the one way tick

Kinlochleven Autumn Walking Festival, Magical Munros Day
Sun 25th Oct 20, 8.30am
Location: meet outside The Auminium Story Building

Rich Mountain Experiences are proud to be involved with the annual festival, leading the guided walks in the Mamores and from Corrour Station. The routes taken will be set at an appropriate level, considering fitness, terrain and weather... We are hosting the guided walks for the Kinlochleven