Glenshee is home to 9 Munros in the southern Caringorms, making our ski centre a popular base for hill walking enthusiasts and munro baggers looking to tick more than one summit off their list.
In Scotland, a Munro is a Scottish mountain with an elevation of more than 914m. To 'Bag' the munro simply means to reach it's summit and there are 282 of them across Scotland's Mainland and Island's.
The Summer season is our most popular time for hill walkers and hikers to set off on their challenge of the Glenshee 9 which can be linked to from a high-level hiking circuit.
The Glenshee 9 route is also used for the Glenshee 9 Hillrace in the summer months where participants race it out to complete all ascents and descent in their fastest time possible.
There are more than a few ways in which you tackle our mountains;
Glenshee 3 - Sticking to the Cairnwall side of our range.
East Glenshee 6 - Passing Glas Maol and beyond
The Glenshee 9 - featuring all 9 summits
For detailed information on the munros and hiking routes and the essentials you will need for a day Munro hiking in Glenshee, Visit Steve Fallon Mountain Adventures
Walking and Hiking can be dangerous and all walkers must take responsibility for their own safety.
If you are new to Munro Bagging or Hiking in the Highlands, please make sure take precautions to ensure the safety of yourself and others in your groups
Please have a backup means of navigation with you at all time and ensure you are well prepared in technical apparel and map reading skills.
For full information on how to be prepared for Hiking in Scotland along with details of routes, grade levels and safety information, please visit