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This much-admired 96-mile trail passes through the scenic south-west Scottish Highlands. It’s well signed for independent walkers; each day holding the promise of inspiring views, hearty food, good company & a dram of whisky.
The scenery of 117 km Great Glen Way is dramatic, following a geographical fault line from Fort William to Inverness on the Moray Firth. Follow the Caledonian Canal towpath, the shores and forests of Loch Ness, with an eye open for the monster, Nessie.
This pilgrim path to Holy Island begins in the Scottish Borders, where St. Cuthbert started his religious life in 650AD. It extends 100 km by riverside, hill and moor then across the causeway at low tide to arrive on Lindisfarne, the Saint’s resting place
A pastoral walk, crossing peaceful countryside of the romantic Scottish Borders. The few sections on higher, rougher ground reward you with extensive views. There are delightful stretches along the River Tweed and the River Teviot famed for their salmon/
This 84 mile-long footpath stretches from coast to coast marking the NW limit of the Roman Empire. The Romans built this defensive backbone to deter against the marauding Scottish Picts. Important archaeological sites include Vindolanda and Birdoswald.
A rewarding 65-mile / 105 km circular route around the beautiful Isle of Arran on the SW coast. Amazing wildlife, fabulous scenery, pretty villages and local gourmet produce to enjoy, make this perfect for a week-long walking holiday.