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Hiking Tours

Hiking Tours

Introduction

Time: All Year

Accommodation: Best traditional

Start Date: Any length of tour

Group Size: Singles, Couples, Families and Small Groups

Scotland has numerous hiking, walking and climbing areas. The landscape varies from mountains, to coast, rivers and wooded glens. Our Hiking Tours can be tailor made to cover the type of walking you enjoy and meet your needs and capabilities.

Profile

Scotland's Great Trails are nationally promoted trails for people-powered journeys. Each is distinctively waymarked, largely off-road and has a range of visitor services. With each trail being at least 25 miles in length, all are suitable for multi-day journeys as well as day trips. Collectively, the 20 different routes provide over 1300 miles of well managed paths from the Borders to the Highlands, offering great opportunities to explore the best of Scotland's nature and landscapes and to experience our amazing history and culture.

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Why not create your own tour? As with all our tours the attractions you see will take account of your interests and can be adapted to what you want to see. So, if you want to see places not on the list below, just let us know. Complete our enquiry form to find out more »


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Itinerary

West Highland Way

West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is one of Scotland’s great trails – a 96 miles long walk across some iconic scenery. Starting just outside Glasgow, the route follows travel north along drover, old military roads and disused railway tracks. On the way you will pass Loch Lomond, Glen Nevis and Glen Coe before ending in the mecca for walkers, Fort William. The terrain ranges from low moors and dense woods to rolling hills and high mountains. We can divide the route into manageable sections that suite your fitness and adjust the tour to the weather on the day. If you would like a more leisurely hike, we can add sightseeing.

Munros

Munros

Scotland is the most mountainous region of the British Isles. In 1891 Sir Hugh Munro produced a list of hills over 3000 feet, known as the Munro Tables. There are now 283 Munros listed. These provide some of the most spectacular and difficult hiking anywhere in the world. Munro-bagging is a popular pastime and there are currently over 4000 walkers who have completed all the peaks. Probably the best known is Ben Nevis, the highest peak in the UK at 4409 feet. However, Munros stretch from just north of Glasgow to the far regions of the Highlands. We can choose the mountains to your fitness and the time of year.

Historic Walking Tours

Historic Walking Tours

Scotland has a vast array of historic walks from the cityscapes of Edinburgh and Stirling to exploring the industrial heritage and historic battlefields in the Highlands and Islands. We can customise each tour to your interests and what you would like to explore. Examples could include, Glasgow city walk with its fantastic mix of magnificent architecture from old to new or, the Borders Way, a 64 mile route in the heart of Scotland visiting four abbeys, a roman fort and much more. Each day can be adjusted to the weather and to add additional sightseeing or activities such as golf or fishing.

The Highlands

The Highlands

Together with the peaks of the Munros, the Highlands offer a wealth of both gentle and strenuous hikes in Scotland's breathtaking landscapes which will enliven your senses. Each hike can be tailored to the distance you would like to walk, where you would like to see, the type of hotel and accommodation that appeals to you and what else you would like to include – sightseeing or other activities. Options for walks could include a relaxing walk along an old railway line close to the River Dee or the peaks of the challenging peaks of the far north such as Ben Wyvis or the stunning summits on the Torridon Estate.


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Gardens

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Sports Tours

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Central Scotland

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Highlands and North of Scotland Tours

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Islands

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Southern Scotland Tours

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Sightseeing Tours

Clan Tours

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