North West Highlands Rock Climbing
The most remote area of Scotland to climb. The weather is often surprisingly sunny and dry, when more southern areas are dripping wet.
From the south head North up through Glen Coe, and passed Fort William and keep heading North along unforgettable North West coast.
Climbing Season For the Scotland area.
Weather station 9.9 miles from here
3 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in North West Highlands
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for North West Highlands:
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Wandering in the highlands...perfect transport...
Stormy day in the Highlands
An Teallach....photo Alaster Walker
View from Bidein a Coire Sheasgaich. Photo Pete Ar...
Beinn Alligin... photo Alaster Walker
An Teallach range....photo Alaster Walker
THe ridge of Laitach. photo Alaster Walker
Lyn and Pete Armstrong on the summit of their fina...
Veiws from Ben More ..Isle of Mull . Photo Pete Ar...
L.Armstrong arriving back at Loch Mullardoch
Pete and Lyn Armstrong on the summit of Stob na Br...
P. Armstrong on the summit of Carn Nan Gobhar
The fine mountain of Sulivan,at Lochinver.
Looking towards the mountain of Liathach.
View from a'Mhaighdean . Photo Pete and Lyn Armstr...
Beautiful day in the Highlands.Many rock routes on...
Lyn heading towards the summit of Ben More on the ...
Winter on the summit of Stac Pollaidh
Views from Ben More. Photo Pete Armstrong
One of the remote Munros.. Rhuad Stac Mor .. No pa...
What Next ... after 282 Munros? View from the la...
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