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The Pap of Glencoe

Distance: 8 km   |   Ascent: 700 m
Grade: Easy but with a strenuous ascent and some easy scrambling

The Pap of Glencoe (Sgorr na Ciche), lying at 742m, is one of the smaller mountains in the Glencoe area. It's distinctive shape and fantastic views over Loch Leven from the summit, however, bring many visitors and you can be sure of a Pap walk happening any time the club visits Glencoe!

Bidean nam Bian

Distance: 10 km   |   Ascent: 1000 m
Grade: Moderate, with strenuous ascents

Bidean nam Bian is the largest mountain in the former county of Argyll, standing at 1150m.

Aonach Eagach

Distance: 12 km   |   Ascent: 1200 m
Grade: Very exposed grade 2/3 scramble

Arguably the best mainland ridge in Britain, and undeniably one of the most exposed - a head for heights is essential!