R&R Scottish Weekend - 31st May - 2nd June

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Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh · Scotland

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Ramble & Roast in the Highlands

After a great first event last month it is time to think about another!

We can pick up 8 people from Edinburgh airport on Friday May 31st and drop off on Sunday the 2nd. Be sure to arrive on a flight arriving no later than 20:30 and leaving on Sunday no earlier than 20:00.
Have a look at flights and let me know what you are planning before you book it.

Special rates for you guys are:


Superior / Suite = £99 per room per night B&B

Twin / Double = £79 per room per night B&B

Single = £49 per room per night B&B

First come first served folks - check out the link and let me know which one you would prefer.

Exact hills will be determined when we see the weather forecast but there are a number of big munro days within 40 minutes drive, the closest being Ben Vorlich just across the loch. And a whole host of low level walks we can do. If the weather is really bad we can do a distillery or a castle trip or something Scottish! And of course there will be time to chill out or 'Coorie in' in the lounge by the fire.

The plan is essentially to have a big hilly hike on the Saturday and something a bit more chilled on the Sunday. Then of course back to the hotel for a well earned roast before heading back to the airport.

Packed lunches and additional snacks can be arranged - will ask for orders nearer the time.

Pick up, drop off, 2 day hikes, a tasty snack and a 3 course Sunday roast (excl. drinks) for just £75.
Come and enjoy a hassle free weekend of true Scottish hospitality & good hikes!

£50 payable on booking. Accommodation & Roast can be paid later. Please arrange your own flight after checking with me.

NOTE - I am a mountain leader in training and as such I am not 'guiding', I will take the lead but I am not an official guide and expect people to be able to take responsibility for themselves. I expect participants to take responsibility for their own safety and attend at their own risk.