Andy, the Wales Outdoors owner will be running a small group tour of his favourite region on the West Coast of Scotland, Knoydart.
All transfers from and to Glasgow airport and all accommodation (camping, bothies and a lovely hostel) are included but food isn't.
This is what it says on the EVENT PAGE where you can RSVP:
'Andy will be going back to Knoydart, his favourite region in the Scottish Highlands. With great mountains and a well tried and tested walking route taking in bothies, a wild camp or two and the luxury of a hostel bed in a fantastic and remote and cut off village on the West Coast this is a trip for those wanting to hone their expedition skills.
Pick up will be from Glasgow Airport and return to the same at the end of the trip. Flights are currently averaging £75pp rtn. Advised flight times are 1620 from Bristol and 2145 from Glasgow with a flight time of an hour and ten minutes. Andy can supply most expedition kit and will go through must haves and pack weight saving ideas with participants in advance of the walk.
This is a remote environment trip and once in the hills we are likely to see no-one else... Inverse is a lovely village which is wholly owned by those who live there. There is a great cafe and a pub and the hostel which is clean and warm and welcoming. The hostel has internet.
The price of £165 is based on four clients and is exclusive of food and so there maybe a small surcharge if that number is not reached. You can check out the walking route by following this link - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CqIfAJg2_EqEUgFsAv34bxYqTbU&usp=sharing
31st Fly to Glasgow - pick up and transfer to Kinloch Hourn and camp.
1st Gentle walk along the coast to Barrisdale Bothy
2nd Gentle walk from Barrisdale to Inverie 3rd A day in Inverie - we could chill or tackle a hill, lets see how we feel :)
4th Walk to Sourlies Bothy
5th Walk partway or all of the way to Kinloch Hourn. Lets see how we are doing on the day. Camp.
6th To the car and transfer to Glasgow and fly back to Bristol.
Any questions ask away and as always... Who's in?'