Pap of Glencoe
Climb to the summit of this familiar Glencoe landmark.
- 25 British pounds£25
About this event
The Pap of Glencoe is one of the most iconic and familiar landmarks in the Highlands. Known in Gaelic as Sgorr na Ciche, this rocky and rugged peak is a Graham (Scottish hill between 2000-2499 feet), and perhaps the most popular one at that. Despite it's modest height, those that climb to the conical summit are rewarded with sensational views of the Ballachulish narrows, Loch Leven and the Mamores and the peaks of Glencoe. The climb to the summit is steep and, in places, very rough but height is gained quickly. Pausing for breath at the broad bealach separating 'The Pap' from the Munro summit of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh, the final ascent is over boulders and scree where hands will likely be required for balance. Online booking for this event is available on the following dates. Tuesday 14th September 21 - Fully Booked Friday 8th October 21 - Fully Booked For more information about our route and the terrain, the level of difficulty, the amount of experience required and level of fitness, please follow the 'Useful Info' link on the Menu bar at the top of the site homepage. Here you will also find the 'Kit List' link providing recommendations on essential kit you will need to bring with you.
If you choose to cancel your booking : Booking cancellations must be made in writing. If you cancel more than 28 days before an event takes place, your payment will be refunded minus a £10 booking deposit. If you cancel 28 days or less before an event takes place, no payment will be returned. We do not offer credit towards future events in place of a refund. We strongly recommend you take out appropriate holiday insurance to cover for unforeseen events that may cause you to cancel your booking. If we have to cancel your booking : Regardless of reason, in the very unlikely event that we have to cancel your booking, then we will refund your payment in full. We will try and give as much notice as possible. For weather related cancellations, notice could be as short as a couple of days. For other reasons, we would hope to give a fortnight's notice, possibly more. We cannot be held liable for additional costs you may have incurred such as accommodation or transport you may have booked.