A Munro is a Scottish mountain with a summit height of more than 3,000 ft (914.4 m). The Munros are named after Sir Hugh Munro, who produced the first compilation of such hills, known as Munro’s Tables, in 1891. Of the 283 Scottish Munros, 12 are in the Black Cuillin on Skye. The Cuillin Munros are acknowledged as the hardest to attain and linking them is even tougher, with many narrow ridges to scramble and concentration required on every step.
Skye Guides on The Cuillin Munros
Guiding is available for single days, dedicated courses or however many days you need. We are approached by Munro baggers of all fitness levels, abilities and experience and adjust our itineraries to suit each party. Click Cuillin Munros to see which option is best suited to your needs.
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