This is a guided walking expedition in wonderful Knoydart. Knoydart is regarded as the most difficult walking in the UK – but man – is it worth it!
£200 cheaper than our competitors such as Large Outdoors and we include/arrange transport from South Wales within that cheaper price… Go grab a Scottish bargain! Price includes transport from Cardiff and all accommodation but not food.
We will drive up on the Monday and then we’ll begin the walking – this is the itinerary:
MONDAY – Drive – Walk a little and wild camp loch side
TUESDAY – A tough day walking to Sourlies bothy through the most amazing terrain.
WEDNESDAY – Sourlies to Inverie, the most remote village on mainland UK. Stay in the hostel
THURSDAY – Ferry to Mallaig for some civilisation. Stay in Inverie hostel
FRIDAY – Walk to Barrisdale bothy
SATURDAY – Early morning walk from Barrisdale bothy to start point and Drive
Initially limited to four clients plus Andy (one car load) this event can be increased in number to a maximum group size of nine clients if we find another driver or go for a small minibus. If you have a seven seater and are willing to drive then you can come along free of any other charges…
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August 14, 2020