Hillwalking, hiking and munro-bagging is one of the most rewarding activities to enjoy in Scotland. Argyll & the Isles is home to some of Scotland's most epic summits with vast views over land and sea.
Climb your way on a solo adventure, with family and friends or join a walking group to experience the adventure and rewards of hiking.
The peaks of Scotland's Adventure Coast
Beinn Ìme is the highest mountain in the Arrochar Alps of Argyll, in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. It reaches 1,011 metres, making it a Munro. There are three usual routes of ascent.
Beinn an Dòthaidh, is a mountain in the Bridge of Orchy hills of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is located beside the more popular Beinn Dòrain. The two hills are frequently climbed together from the bealach between them, which is easily accessed from the Bridge of Orchy railway station.
Beinn Narnain is a mountain in the southern Highlands of Scotland, near Arrochar. It forms part of a group of hills known as the Arrochar Alps, and is a Munro. The name Beinn Narnain means "hill of notches", and describes the mountain's notched profile.
Beinn Achaladair is a Scottish mountain situated six kilometres north east of the hamlet of Bridge of Orchy. The mountain stands on the border of the Perth and Kinross and Argyll and Bute council areas.
Stob Ghabhar is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands, part of the Black Mount group. It is a Munro with a height of 1,090 metres. Stob Ghabhar lies nine kilometres northwest of Bridge of Orchy and stands on the border of the Argyll and Highland council areas.
Ben Starav is a mountain in the Lorn region of Argyll, in the Scottish Highlands. It is a Munro that rises 1,078 metres above Loch Etive at its western foot. Its peak is surrounded by several ridges, steep corries and waterfalls.
Ben Vane is a mountain in the Arrochar Alps of Argyll, in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. It reaches 915 metres, making it a Munro. It lies between Beinn Ìme and Ben Vorlich. is a mountain in the Arrochar Alps of Argyll, in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. It reaches 915 metres, making it a Munro. It lies between Beinn Ìme and Ben Vorlich.
Ben Vorlich is a mountain in the Arrochar Alps of Argyll, in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. It reaches 943 metres, making it a Munro. It lies between Loch Lomond and Loch Sloy. Ben Vorlich is the highest point of the historic county of Dunbartonshire.
Beinn Sgulaird or Beinn Sguiliaird is a mountain in the Lorn region of the Scottish Highlands, between Glen Creran and Glen Etive. It has a height of 937 m and is classed as a Munro. The mountain takes the form of a long ridge which runs from southwest to northeast, three kilometres of which lie above 800 m.
Ben Cruachan is a mountain that rises to 1,126 metres, the highest in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It gives its name to the Cruachan Dam, a pumped-storage hydroelectric power station located in a cavern inside the mountain.
Ben More is the highest mountain and only Munro on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. It is also the highest peak in the Scottish isles – and the only Munro – apart from those on the Isle of Skye. The mountain is situated close to the centre of the island, above the shores of Loch na Keal.
Ben Lui is a mountain in the southern Highlands of Scotland. It is a Munro with a height of 1,130 metres. Ben Lui is in northeast Argyll and is the highest peak of a mountain chain that includes three other Munros. It has five well-defined ridges radiating out from the summit.