The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is offering a series of guided walks around some of the most challenging peaks in the Highlands, with the Five Sisters of Kintail the latest addition.
Park rangers will take visitors up the ridge in a walk aimed at spotting some of the creatures that make up Scotland's biodiversity, such as red deer and ptarmigan, Grough reports.
Those booking a place on the walk can also climb three Munros on the way - Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe, Sgurr na Carnach and Sgurr Fhuaran.
NTS launched the walks earlier this month with Glencoe's Munros on the itinerary, with the £25 treks including Buachaille Etive Mor, Buachaille Etive Beag and Bidean Nam Bian.
It advised that those coming on the walks should be well equipped with good walking gear
and hiking equipment
Those venturing into the Kintail area can enjoy a lot of Munroing, but for the best view, people should opt for the lower summit of Corbett Sgurr Mhic Bharraich, Scottish mountain writer Cameron McNeish wrote earlier this month.