Cairngorms 4000 Munros
The Cairngorms 4000s Wilderness Wildcamping Trek
Saturday 23rd - Sunday 24th April 2022
Saturday 6th - Sunday 7th August 2022
ABOUT THE TRIP
This is a wilderness excursion wildcamping into the heart of the Cairngorms to take in the 5 Munros over 4000ft. It is a perfect trip to consider joining if you want to experience wild camping for the first time and learn about the 'leave no trace' practice.
There are only 4 other 4000ers in Britain, all in Scotland across in Lochaber: Ben Nevis, Carn Mor Dearg, Aonach Mor and Aonach Beag. Despite taking in such huge hills, this is a perfect trip for those with some good hill fitness keen to try out wild camping for the first time!
These are the best times to also avoid the midges!
It is an absolutely wonderful place. I'll aim to meet everyone the evening beforehand in Aviemore to run through the plans. We'll take in the Braeriach - Devil's Point ridge with a wild camp near Corrour Bothy, then take in Ben MacDui and Cairngorm.
Munros (We may do this in reverse depending on prevailing conditions):
1. Braeriach (1,296m / 4,252ft)
2. Sgor Lochain Uaine (Angels Peak) (1,258m / 4,127ft)
3. Cairn Toul (1,291m / 4,127ft)
4. (Carn a' Mhaim - a Munro under 4,000ft) & Ben Macdui (1,309m / 4,295ft)
5. Cairn Gorm (1,244m / 4,081ft)
09:00am Sugarbowl Car Park
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Difficulty: There are some good tracks as well as some pathless sections with short scrambling sections. We will be carrying our camping equipment for the two days walking. This is a good one for those who have never experienced true wildcamping before. The route is roughly 39km (21 miles), ascent 2300m (7,545ft)
Cost: The trip costs £119 per person (with discounts for booking more than one). 16-18 year old's are welcome if accompanied by a parent or guardian. You will need to provide your own transport, accommodation and equipment (please see the gear list for details).
Numbers: There are a maximum of 10 places and a minimum of 4 for the trip to take place.