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Reach Your Peak Scotland - The 6 Peaks

RYP Scotland Trekking Overview -

Total Hours of Endurance Between 30 & 36 Hours

Let us begin by asking you a few questions? Are you fully aware of what drives you in life? Do you know your purpose? Reach Your Peak, will allow you to answer these questions fully and allow you to have the quality of life you desire. This successful event has helped many individuals to achieve what they thought was only impossible. Over the course of six days, at Reach Your Peak, Stevie Kidd and his team will help you find the answers to eliminate fear, whilst providing you with the tools and strategies to completely shift who you are today and bridge the gap to who you want to become.

After the the first three days you will face one of the toughest physical, mental and emotional challenges of your life so far where you tackle 6 of Scotland's toughest peaks back to back in a challenge time of 24 hours. Over these 24 hours you will face som dark places and tough tests along the way. Below is an outline of the 6 peaks in greater detail.

Peak 1: Conic Hill, Balmaha (361m) ETA 4:14am Thursday 21st September 2023

Conic Hill is a sharp little summit rising above Balmaha, but don't let it fool you as it can be very steep in places. Right on the Highland Boundary Fault, this short hillwalk offers truly fantastic views over Loch Lomond and its many islands. Good path on the ascent, with steps. The detour from the West Highland Way up to the summit involves a short rocky scramble.

Distance covered: 4km / 2.5mi
Approx. time taken: 1 – 2 hours
Ascent: 361m

Peak 2: Ben Nevis, Fort William (1345m)

Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in Britain. The route that we take on the event is the tourist route and is the standard way up the mountain; it is straightforward, but strenuous by hillwalking standards. It is a steep path throughout. The upper section is rough and very stony; it is often snow covered in October through March and losing the line of the path easily leads onto dangerous terrain - navigational skills are needed but you are in safe hands with our very experienced team of mountain leaders. 

Distance covered: 17km / 10.5mi
Approx. time taken: 6 – 7 hours
Ascent: 1345m

Peak 3: Beinn Ime, Arrochar (1011m)

Beinn Ìme is the highest of the Arrochar Alps. The compact group of mountains known as the Arrochar Alps are renowned for their steep, rugged and rocky nature. Beinn Ime is much smoother from this direction - a long steady grind from the bealach. We begin our ascent to Beinn Ime from Succoth car park, passing by The Cobbler before coming back to tackle it on our way back down.

Distance covered: 12.8km / 8 miles
Approx. time taken: 3 – 4 hrs
Ascent: 1011m

Peak 4: The Cobbler, Arrochar (884m)

The Cobbler - also known as Ben Arthur - has the most distinctive outline of any mountain in the Southern Highlands and makes a fantastic shorter hillwalk. Extremely popular, the path on the way up has been improved in recent years and once past the initial zig zags makes a pleasant ascent. This route explores both main peaks of the Cobbler before descending on a rugged path between the two. Alternatively the route can be made easier by returning the same way.

Distance covered: 11km / 6.75 miles
Approx. time taken: 2 - 3 hours
Ascent: 884m

Peak 5: Ben Lomond, Rowardrennan (974m)

Ben Lomond is one of the most popular Munros, rewarding the 30,000 people who make it to the top with truly fantastic views of the length of Loch Lomond and its islands. The view to the north reveals range beyond range of mountains into the Highlands. The path up is well made, but the optional return down the Ptarmigan ridge is steep and rocky, and muddy lower down.

Clear path with some rocky sections, most especially on the alternative, rougher return route. As with all mountain walks, full hillwalking clothing and equipment must be carried. If there is snow on the route this includes an ice-axe and crampons.

Distance covered: 12km / 7.5mi
Approx. time taken: 4.5 – 5.5 hours
Ascent: 974m

Peak 6: Conic Hill, Balmaha (361m) ETA 8:37am Friday 22nd September 2023

Conic Hill is a sharp little summit rising above Balmaha, but don't let it fool you as it can be very steep in places. Right on the Highland Boundary Fault, this short hillwalk offers truly fantastic views over Loch Lomond and its many islands. Good path on the ascent, with steps. The detour from the West Highland Way up to the summit involves a short rocky scramble.

Distance covered: 4km / 2.5mi
Approx. time taken: 1 – 2 hours
Ascent: 361m

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