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Fisherfield Raid

Guided Walking: Fisherfield Raid

Our expedition to these wild mountains allows a chance to experience one of Scotland’s most dramatic wilderness areas.

The aim is to explore the tops of 'the big five' whilst camping in this mountain fastness.

Please note: Backpacking and wild camping are required on this walking holiday.

“Scotland was wonderful and to be in such a wilderness area a real privilege. The wild flowers and birds – amazing!”

“The perfect expedition - everything I had hoped for.”

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Fitness Levels

Due to the remote nature of the trip and lack of easy escape routes, participants should ensure that they have a high enough level of fitness to enable them to complete at least the linear parts of this holiday in full.

Although the distances are not long and we have all day to enjoy the route folk do have to have the ability to carry 30lbs or so on a daily basis - not impossible but some practice is advised. The terrain covered is mainly on paths and tracks, which may be rough, rocky and wet at times plus there is some un-pathed terrain.

map - Fisherfield Raid walking holiday

Your walking holiday includes:

  • Qualified Mountain Leader
  • 4 walking days
  • 3 nights wild camping with food for all meals
  • Tents, stoves, gas and pots are provided
  • Transport from and back to Stirling
  • VAT at 20%

Fisherfield Raid brief itinerary:

Day 1:At our office, distribution and checking of equipment and food. Travel by mini-bus to the Dundonnell area. Walk from Corrie Hallie to Shenavall and on further to find a camping place in Gleann na Muice. (~8ml / 12km with ~400m ascent)

Day 2: Leave the tents and travel light to ascend Sgurr Ban, Mullach Coire Mhic Fhearchair, Beinn Tarsuinn and anything else in that block we have time for. Return to the camping area. (~13ml / 22km with ~1700m ascent)

Day 3: Walk up Gleann na Muice to claim A’Mhaighdean and Ruadh Stac Mor, returning possibly by Fuar Loch Mor and Glean na Muice Beag. (~11ml / 18km with ~1150m ascent).

Day 4: Pack up and return to the mini-bus and fro there to Stirling, arriving about 18:00. (~11ml / 18km with ~300m ascent)


3 nights wild camping in two or three person tents provided by C~N~Do. As tent sharing is usually less onerous from an equipment carrying point of view, if you book as an individual we will match you up with a tent partner(s) of the same sex. Stoves, gas and pots are also provided. You need to bring your own sleeping bag and sleeping mat.


Food for all meals, from picnic lunch day 1 to picnic lunch day 4, is included. Meals are prepared by participants in tent groups. Special diets can be catered for if notified in advance.

Maps of the area & background reading

To get the most from your C-N-Do Scotland activity you may wish to do some background reading prior to departure.


Books which you may find informative are:


Maps which you may find informative are:

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At a glance

  • Grade: Grade 5
  • Price: £365 p.p
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Accommodation: 3 nights
  • Accom type: Wild Camping / All Meals
  • Walking/Exploring: on 4 days
  • Travel: 2 x half days
  • Group min: 4
  • Group max: 8
  • Meet: Stirling Railway Station or C-N-Do Office, Stirling
  • Finish: Stirling
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