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Walking in Assynt Mountains Low Level Coastal Guided Walking Heritage Trails

Mountains

Assynt is renowned for the isolated mountains standing on an undulating landscape of rocks and Lochs. In addition to the two Munros (Ben More Assynt & Conival) there are many other mountains that offer a fantastic day out on the hills.

The weather can change quickly - so please check the mountain weather forecast - and take the proper equipment & clothing.

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Quinag
Quinag
For many Qunag is their favorite mountain in Assynt. There are many tops - with interesting ridge walks between them. Each top has a different view - over assynt, out to... View Details.
Suilven
Suilven
Suilven may be only 731 metres high, but its unique outline, challenging remoteness and superlative views make it one of the finest mountains in Britain.
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Ben More Assynt & Conival
Ben More Assynt & Conival
The only Munros in Assynt, these two mountains are connected by a fine ridge and give a very rough but rewarding ascent combined with the amazing views characteristic of... View Details.
Cul Mor
Cul Mor
Cul Mor is a very fine and dramatic Corbett rising from the undulating bogland of Assynt. From the summit there is a spectacular view west towards Suilven and the... View Details.
Stac Pollaidh
Stac Pollaidh
Stac Pollaidh is one of the best known and most popular mountains in Scotland, its steep pinnacled ridge often likened to a porcupine. The true summit is at the west... View Details.
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