Scotland's premier long distance route enjoys world-class status and attracts an international clientel. The 96 mile path takes in some of the most ruggedly beautiful scenery in Scotland, far from the cares and pressures of modern day living. More than thirty years ago, Tom Hunter and his associates proposed an idea for a long distance route, in order to encourage local Scots to get out and reconnect with the natural environment on their doorstep.
An Expert Team
The WHW is right on our doorstep and we meet walkers everday in our town centre. So, we really do know everything your need for a well supported trip on this iconic Scottish Highland route.
We're Based Here at the Gateway to the West Highland Way and beyond.
The best tip we can give you is to plan well ahead and get your trip booked quickly. This allows you maximum accommodation choice and your preferred dates. There is always competition for beds in some areas, so it makes sense to let us manage your trip. We are a well established specialist walking holiday company - with 14 years experience.
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This trail stretches 117km across the Highlands, from the end of West Highland Way at Fort William to Inverness on the Moray Firth. The scenery of Great Glen Way is dramatic, following the natural fault line which divides Scotland's coasts. You'll follow the towpath of the Caledonian Canal and proceed along the shores and forests of Loch Ness. Many walkers choose to combine WHW and GGW with a short rest in the Fort to climb Ben Nevis - the UK's highest mountain.