Headland offers you guided walks with a qualified Mountain Leader to enable you to safely access the highest summits on Mull.
A single Munro takes the prize for the highest mountain on the Island. But often overlooked are the many other hills, smaller in stature, but often greater in interest.
Have a look at some of our favourite hills and mountains below. But if you have your own objective in mind, or fancy a specific challenge or a particular route, please get in touch!
Half a day:
£160 (for 2 people)
£40 pp (for each extra person)
On your own? Don't fret, give us a call and we can discuss a reduced rate.
Local rates apply, please get in touch for details.
Far flung adventures (away from Mull and the surrounding mainland) are certainly possible! Please contact us for details.
£90 (for 2 people)
£25 pp (for each extra person)
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Accessible from several sides with various levels of difficulty. The most interesting approach by far is from the neighbouring peak of A Chioch. A steep and narrow ascent, not for the faint hearted.
Lesser in height, but equally rewarding. At just over 700 meters, Ben Buie is a quicker, more straightforward ascent. But the views from the summit down the steep south side of the mountain towards Loch Buie below, and the islands beyond could rival any hill in the country.
The highest peak, and only Munro on the Island. Stunning views on a clear day, a challenge on any day.
A full day would give you the best chance to appreciate the walk and the views.
The second highest hill on Mull. Situated in the centre of the island, on a clear day the summit offer panoramic views over most of the island.
A steep initial ascent, leads to a long gentle ridge walk covering a number of subsidiary summits on the way to the top.
A full day is needed to cover the ground.
Ben More would require a full days walk.