A moderate walk (mountain (above 600m)) starting in Inverness-Shire, UK, finishing in Highlands, Scotland, about 29.67km (18.44 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 10:15 (1 overnight stay). It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Car Free Walks TeamCreated by patrikG on 12 Jan 2011
he Grey Corries offer some of the finest hiking in the Scottish highlands. Instead of the usual approach from the north the following describes the route from Corrour station to Fort William.The
remoteness of this committing hike require you to be experienced outdoors: you should be comfortable navigating the wilderness with your map alone, happy to wild camp in possibly wet conditions, carry provisions, a tent and a sleeping bag for three days until you reach Fort William. Vertigo won't be your friend on this hike, as you'll be walking on some ridges. Naturally, you should check the weather forecast before setting off and bear midge-season in mind.
If that sounds like your game, you'll experience a true break from any daily grind with some of the most stunning vistas.