Distance: 14km; duration: 7 - 9 hours
The long approach to Clisham over the dramatic and rugged ridges of Mulla-Fo-Thuath and Mulla-Fo-Dheas is an unforgettable Hebridean walk with views to match. The route makes a full days' hillwalking but is much more demanding than the standard direct route up Clisham from the A859 with rough and rocky ridges with a very boggy approach.
Uisgneabhal Mor, Teileasbhal & Stuabhal
Distance: 20.25km; duration: 8 hours
Uisgneabhal Mor is the second highest mountain in the Outer Hebrides, and looks impressive from the A859 west of Tarbert. Combined with remote Stuabhal the hills make for a majestic and rugged hillwalk, with a long initial approach up Gleann Miabhaig enlivened by the rock architecture of Sron Scourst.
Eaval, North Uist
Distance: 10.5km; duration: 4 - 5.5 hours
Eaval is the highest hill on North Uist, though only 347m in height its steep cone dominates the low-lying island. After following the rugged path throughout walkers are rewarded with unique and stunning views of the amazing land-and-waterscape around it the isle.
Beinn Mhor and Hecla, South Uist
Distance: 18.75km; duration: 8 - 10 hours
A rough, tough but magnificent hillwalk requiring good navigation, Beinn Mhor has a spectacular summit ridge. The other two peaks also have great character as well as superlative views. The route can easily be shortened to include just Beinn Mhor before returning the same way.
Beinn Dhubh, Losgaintir
Distance: 11.5km; duration: 4 - 5 hours
Blending in with the landscape Beinn Dhubh and its neighbour Beinn Losgaintir appear unremarkable from a distance. However their superb position overlooking the Luskentyre Sands on one side and the mountains of North Harris on the other, ensures they make for a shorter hillwalk with sensational views.