“Cioch Hillwalking Club – Dunfermline” is for anyone in West Fife and local environs who is interested in meeting people to enjoy days hillwalking on some of Scotland’s amazing hills. Our main focus will be day trips, within 2 hours drive of Dunfermline, to climb some of our local Munros and Corbetts. We welcome all levels of experience but do expect a reasonable level of hill fitness so if in any doubt about an event then please contact the Organiser prior to confirming your attendance.
Cioch Mountaineering Club is a long-established club and has been running monthly weekend trips to huts, bunkhouses and hostels for 30 years. The club will still be running as normal, and you are of course welcome to join us, but our Meetup group will focus on day trips to the hills.
Membership Our Meetup group is to supplement our traditional club activities, so we are primarily hoping that hill walkers from West Fife and local areas will be encouraged to join in so that car shares are easier to organise.
We will ask people attending our Meetups to contribute a small fee to help cover our Meetup subscription. We also hope that members will be happy to share petrol costs for the Meetups when car share is involved.
Safety All members are must be responsible for their own well being and safety while on the walks and this group is not liable for any accidents or injuries that occur. Our event organisers are however, very experienced and confident walkers and will ensure that any unnecessary risks are avoided.
Equipment All walkers must have their own equipment for a day on the hills. Walking boots, rucksack, warm clothes, waterproofs, midgie spray, food and water. In winter walkers should have also have the appropriate equipment and the knowledge of how to use it in extreme conditions.
A remote southern Munro on the edges of the Arrochar Alps with a long walk in and out via Glen Fyne.
We will follow the route as described in Walkhighlands: https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/argyll/beinn-bhuidhe.shtml
For car shares please meet at the car park at the top end of the Glen – across from The Glen Tavern (please let Calum know if you are meeting at.
Either 6:45am at car park at top end of Pittencrief Park forthos elocal tro Dunfermline.
9:00 Car park at head of Loch Fyne (the car park is right at the head of Loch Fyne)
Distance: 21.5km / 13.25m
Time: 7 hours
Total Ascent: 955m
Start Grid: NN193127
Please note that you are responsible for your own safety so please ensure that you have the appropriate clothing, equipment, food and drink for the walk.
If you have any queries then please drop Calum a note.