Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’ Chroin are the main attraction, whether tackled as a walk through from the shores of Loch Lubnaig or from the north near Loch Earn.

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

A choice of routes to one of our finest mountains – from Keiloch on Deeside, or a traverse over the White Mounth peaks from Auchallater in Glen Clunie

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

Victoria Bridge is the start point for a range of Munros including Stob Ghabhar, as well as a fine selection of Corbetts and Grahams. 

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

An opportunity to traverse the classic Grey Corries ridge over to Glen Nevis, or take on some of the Mamores Munros or even head up The Ben itself.

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

Plenty of time to enjoy the big routes in from Linn of Dee or Invervey on this long day meet, with the likes of the Ben Macdui and Derry Cairngorm circuits particularly appealing.

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

This long day meet offers the chance to tackle the Munros of the Corryhully Horseshoe or the magnificent lone Gulvain, as well as plenty of Corbett options including Streap.

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

An expedition to the Arrochar Alps, with options including Ben Vorlich, Ben Ime and Ben Vane as well as the opprtunity to go through the eye of the needle and summit The Cobbler.

Important Message:  To support the “It’s Up to Us” campaign the Council is providing opportunities for Club members to donate when they have been out in the hills. One of these opportunities is to donate on a day meet. A bucket for donations will be at the front of the bus. Please bring cash to put in the bucket if you are willing to support the repair and maintenance of paths in the mountains.

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Some possible routes (OS Map 35):

  • Three Munros route – Newtonmore, Glen Banchor, Carn Dearg, Carn Sgulain, A’Chailleach, Glen Banchor,  Newtonmore (27km/1157m, 7-8 hrs)
  • Two Munros and a Corbett – Newtonmore, Glen Banchor, A’Chailleach, Carn Sgulain, Carn an Fhreicea￾dain, Kingussie (23km/1100m, 7-8hrs)
  • Newtonmore, Glen Banchor, Gleann Lochan, Carn Macoul, Carn Dearg, Glen Banchor, Newtonmore (22km/910m, 6-7hrs) NOTE: this route may not be possible if rivers in spate.
  • Mid-level route – Kingussie, Carn an Fhreiceadain, Beinn Bhreac, Kingussie (18km/682m. 4-5hrs)
  • Lower-level – Kingussie, Ruthven Barracks, Glen Tromie, Insch Marshes, Ruthven, Kingussie (10.5km/300m, 4-5hrs)
  • Lower-level – Wildcat Trail Newtonmore circuit (11km/125m, 4-5hrs)

These are just a few suggestions – any other route options or suggestions welcome. Please note – weather and road conditions may determine changes in route choices. This is still a winter season meet so ice axes, crampons, torches and other relevant safety equipment (e.g. shelter and survival bag, spare clothing) should be carried on the higher routes.

There are options in Newtonmore and Kingussie for refreshments for those finishing earlier.

Important Message:  To support the “It’s Up to Us” campaign the Council is providing opportunities for Club members to donate when they have been out in the hills. One of these opportunities is to donate on a day meet. A bucket for donations will be at the front of the bus. Please bring cash to put in the bucket if you are willing to support the repair and maintenance of paths in the mountains.

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Some possible routes (OS Map 50):

  1. Dalrigh, Ben Lui circuit, Tyndrum (18km/1045m, 6-7 hrs)
  2. Dalrigh, Beinn Dubhchraig, Ben Oss (17.5km/1230m, 7-8hrs)
  3. Tyndrum, Beinn Chaorach, Beinn Odhar, West Highland Way,  Tyndrum (12.5km/1100m, 6-7hrs)
  4. Tyndrum old mines circuit inc. the Graham of Meall Odhar (9km/520m, 4-5hrs)
  5. Lower-level possibilities include Glen Ogle rail trail circuit  from Lochearnhead or towards Crianlarich. West Highland Way is also an option.

These are just a few suggestions – there are plenty of other route options such as Ben Challum (Munro), Beinn Chuirn (Corbett) and Fiarach (Graham).

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. On each day meet there are different options for walks provided.

They are of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses. In the summer months the walks are often longer and there are often opportunities to do several Munros in a day.

If Grampian Club Members have a route they would like to do on the day they can contact the day meet organiser to arrange this (note that the minimum number in a group is preferably 2 in the summertime and 3 in the winter time).

We travel by coach from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise attendees into parties of broadly similar ability.

There is a fee for the Day Meets coach (£16) which needs to be paid in advance at the time of booking, preferably via the online booking website, Entry Central, or by cheque.

Routes on the day are likely to include:

Refer to OS Map 43:

1. Ski centre, An Socach, Gleann Taitneach, Spittal (19.5km/700m, 6-8 hrs)

2. Glas Maol, Creag Leacach, Carn Ait, Carn an Daimh, Cateran Trail, Spittal (17km/805m, 6-7hrs)

3. Spittal, Glen Lochsie, Glas Tulaichean, Carn an Righ, Gleann Taitneach, Spittal (26km/1225m, 7-8hrs)

4. Spittal, Cateran Trail, Ben Earb, Meall a’ Choire Bhuidhe, Meall Ruigh Mor Thearlaich, Glen Lochsie, Spittal

 (16km/875m, 6-7hrs)

5. Lower-level – Cateran Trail from Spittal to Bridge of Cally (25km/572m, 6-7hrs)

These are just a few suggestions – there are plenty of other route options including Munros, Corbetts and using sections of the Cateran Trail.

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