Twin Shared Room £680 Single Room £820 Price Includes: 6 or 7 nights' chalet accommodation; breakfast and packed lunch Not included: Transport to venue; evening meals (these will be arranged by your guide and will usually be taken at the chalet complex restaurant); insurance
Please note: If you opt for a twin shared room and there is nobody to share with the single occupancy rate will be applied. You may choose to cancel your booking without penalty if this is not a viable option.
If you haven’t walked in the Scottish mountains before, please be aware that they are more challenging than other mountain areas in the UK, particularly in the amount of ascent, descent and roughness of terrain. Confidence on steep rocky slopes with easy scrambling is necessary. A typical mountain day would include steep slopes on ascent and descent with loose rocks or scree and broad mountain ridges. Our walks will generally be circular of around 10 miles ( 17 km ) or less, with approximately 3000 feet ( 914 m ) to 4000 feet ( 1219 m ) of climbing. You need to have a very good level of fitness for this holiday and be confident on uneven ground with scree and some sharp drops. Good balance and a head for heights essential.
Inchree Chalets are located midway between Fort William and Glen Coe. The Swiss style chalets have 3 bedrooms sharing a kitchen/ lounge and bathroom. There are no ensuite facilities but there will be a maximum of 4 women per chalet. The views over the mountains and loch are simply stunning and the location quiet and rural.
Your guide for this holiday is Rachel Bolton. Rachel is a qualified Mountain Leader, a member of the Mountain Training Association and the British Mountaineering Council. She is passionalte about the outdoors and has extensive knowledge of the Lake District, Scotland and the Peak Dsitrict in particular. She holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and worked with children as a teacher and headteacher for nearly 30 years. She is also a qualified Alexander Technique teacher. Rachel is passionate about being in the outdoors walking, scrambling, winter mountaineering and climbing. She is currently working towards her Winter Mountain Leader qualification.
Inchree Chalets, Onich, near Fort William, Highland Region, PH33 6SE,
Inchree is located at the north end of Onich village, exactly midway between Fort William / Ben Nevis & Glencoe.
Nearest train station is in Fort William, 8 miles to the north. If you would like to share a taxi from the station at 4.30pm (not included - approx. £15) please request via email in advance.
If driving from south: (from Glencoe) Drive all the way through Onich village, coming out of the 40mph speed restriction zone. Continue north through a series of bends and then turn right off the A82 at the start of a long straight. (Inchree is signposted here off A82) If you get to the Corran Ferry junction (a car ferry that crosses Loch Linnhe) then you've driven too far northward. Turn around and drive back to Inchree turning.
If driving from north: (from Fort William) Inchree is located 8 miles south of Fort William, and 500 metres south of the Corran Ferry junction. Turn left off the A82 at the end of a long straight. (Inchree is signposted here off A82) If you get to Onich village sign/ 40 mph speed zone, then you've gone too far south. Turn around and drive back to Inchree turning.
After turning off the A82 at Inchree: Drive up the narrow lane for 200 metres, past some houses. (Please go slow as there are often pedestrians & cats on the lane) Our sign-posted entrance is on a right-hand bend in the lane.