The Mamores form a long east to west running chain of Munros to the south of the Nevis Region. They are bound by Glen Nevis to the north and Loch Leven to the south. They can be tackled from either side.
These Munros can happily be split into 3 days worth of walking but some may split this up further as the days can be fairly long.
The Mamores contain some of Scotlandís finest Munros with ridges and crags in abundance.
Stob Ban and Mullach nan Coirean are the furthest west. These two superb Munros are best tackled from Glen Nevis. The next group consists of four Munros and are known as the Ring of Steall as the circle round the Steall Gorge and ever impressive Steall Falls. This is a long but rewarding day out on the hills. The Binnein Mor group is furthest east and again another good long day out to be had here.
One of the best aspects to the Mamore Munros is the views on offer; you are literally encased amongst the finest mountain country Scotland has to offer. To the north the views of Ben Nevis and the rest of the Nevis range is a sight to be hold, you are really amongst the land of giants here. To the south the Munros of Glencoe are right in front of you. The ridges and crags (in particular the Aonach Eagach) can really be appreciated form this angle.
Fort William and Kinlochleven can both be used to base your trips into the Mamores and each offer amenities and accommodation.