We are restarting some events with the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Walks can once again take place in England, Scotland and Wales, and will be run in accordance with local regulations. In most cases our walks will allow for a maximum of 30 participants, although a lower limit may be in place following an event's risk assessment. All walks require every participant to pre-book via the website.
Stuchd an Lochain, Meall Buidhe and Cam Chreag
Stuchd an Lochain, Meall Buidhe and Cam Creag are two Munros and a Corbett surrounding Loch an Daimh at the western end of Glen Lyon. Both Munro peaks offer fine views from their summits over Rannoch and Loch an Daimh. Cam Creag is a grassy hill and adds an extra element to the route.
The route is straightforward and involves a mix of paths, pathless sections and it may be boggy in some places. A 10.5 mile (17km) circuit with c1300 metres of climbing, about 7-8 hours. There are options to cut the walk short if necessary as it passes back near the cars mid way through.
People intending to take part in this event should read GOC's document Safety in the Hills.
Terrain / Difficulty
A mountain walk, a mix of paths and sections of rough trackless moorland. There are no particularly steep sections, the steepest going up and back down Stuchd an Lochain.