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  • Walking in Scotland

    Whether it is countryside rambles, climbing the hills, hiking long distance treks or enjoying a coastal path Scotland is the ideal location for a walking holiday. Walking in Scotland is healthy, fascinating and fun for all the family. One of the best ways to enjoy Scotland is on foot. When you're out, look for the wonderful wildlife, seeing animals in their indigenous habitat is a fabulous experience - if you are lucky you will spot red squirrels, pine martens, deer and many others. And of course you'll usually find a welcoming tearoom or inn at the end of a walk to complete the feeling of wellbeing that you'll get on a Scottish walking break. The scenery seems different if you are walking in the autumn or on a spring walking holiday so whatever time of year you want a walking holiday then Scotland is a perfect destination.

    Great Glen Way
    Long Distance Footpath
    Follows the Great Glen from Fort William in the west of Scotland to Inverness to the east - 117 km

    West Highland Way
    Long-distance path
    From north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands - 152 km

    Speyside Way
    Long distance route
    Follows the RIver Spey from Aviemore to Buckie - 135 km - clearly marked path through stunning Scottish scenery and finally along the Moray coast.

    Southern Upland Way
    Coast to coast walk from east to west - Portpatrick in Wigtownshire to Cockburnspath in Scottish borders - 340 km.

    Cape Wrath Trail
    from Fort William to Cape Wrath - 300 km

    The Cateran Trail
    Circular walk from Blairgowrie, Perthshire - 101 km

    Central Scottish Way
    From north of Glasgow to Northumberland - 251 km

    Cowal Way
    Cowal Peninsula from Portavadie to Ardgartan - 75 km

    Fife Coastal Path
    From North Queensferry, Fife past St Andrews to Newport-on-Tay, 107 km

    St. Cuthbert's Way
    From Melrose in Scottish borders to Lindisfarne in England - 100 km

    West Island Way
    Kilchattan Bay to Port Bannatyne on the Isle of Bute - 48 km

    Ben Lawers
    Perthshire - easy day's hiking

    Ben A'an
    Day walk with amazing view over Loch Katrine

    Ben Lomond
    Great views from the mountain overlooking Loch Lomond

    Glen Coe and Glen Nevis
    Explore some of Scotland's finest mountain walks

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