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Scotland's Walks

We can arrange your Scottish walking adventures on the many great scottish trails such as the West Highland Way, the Great Glen Way, Borders Abbeys Way, the Rob Roy Way and the St Cuthberts Way Pilgrimage to Holy Island.
West Highland Way

The Classic Scottish Highland Walking Experience with a range of B&B, Guest House and Hotel accommodation. Daily Baggage Transfers Included. Choose from 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 day options. The 7 day hike is the most popular time-frame for completing the route.

Milngavie - Fort William Moderate
Great Glen Way

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.

Fort William - Inverness Easy-Moderate
St Cuthberts Way

The 100km long St Cuthbert's Way is one of the most beautiful of Scotland's Great Trails. Begining in Melrose in the Scottish Borders, where St. Cuthbert started his religious life in 650AD, it extends 100kms to Lindisfarne aka Holy Island - the Saint's resting place. But you do not need to be a pilgrim to enjoy the landscape, the superb views and history of this ancient path which takes you by riverbank, hills and moors to finally cross causeway to the island at low tide.

Melrose - Holy Island (Lindisfarne) Moderate
Borders Abbeys Way

Start Melrose - circular walk Easy-Moderate
Hadrian's Wall Path

Hadrian's Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It stretches 84 miles from coast to coast and marks the NW limit of the Roman Empire. Once you are on the path you quickly appreciate why the Romans built their great structure here - like a defensive backbone with panoramic views - built to deter the maurauding Picts from Scotland.

Newcastle - Bowness on Solway Moderate
Featured Walk
Great Glen Way

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.

Hadrian's Wall Path

Hadrian's Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It stretches 84 miles from coast to coast and marks the NW limit of the Roman Empire. Once you are on the path you quickly appreciate why the Romans built their great structure here - like a defensive backbone with panoramic views - built to deter the maurauding Picts from Scotland.