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Scottish National Trail: Inchnadamph to Kylestrome

A true highlight stage of the Scottish National Trail, this rugged walk includes crossing a 620m col, passing Britain’s highest waterfall, and tracing a steeply bound sea loch––all with great difficulty, but with unforgettable bothy and wild-camp locations to segment the distance.

Hiking Severe

28 km
1.1 km
1.1 km
7-8 hrs
Low Point
3 m
High Point
621 m
Scottish National Trail: Inchnadamph to Kylestrome Map

This is a popular hiking route which is generally considered to be severe. It's an unknown remoteness, it features unknown exposure and is typically done in an unknown time of year. From a low point of 3 m to the maximum altitude of 621 m, the route covers 28 km, 1058 vertical metres of ascent and 1089 vertical metres of descent.




Hiking challenging trails where simple scrambling, with the occasional use of the hands, is a distinct possibility. The trails are often filled with all manner of obstacles both small and large, and the hills are very steep. Obstacles and challenges are often unexpected and can be unpredictable.