Walking Tours in Scotland

Walking Tours

A walking holiday in Scotland is a perfect way to discover the country's stunning scenery and rich history. As you trek through the Scottish countryside, you'll encounter rugged mountains, sweeping glens, sparkling lochs, and a wild coastline. You'll be free to explore at your own pace, whether you prefer challenging hill walks or gentle strolls through picturesque villages. Along the way, you'll discover ancient castles and ruins, quaint towns and villages, and friendly locals eager to share their culture and traditions. Scotland's walking trails are well-marked and range from easy to strenuous, making finding the perfect route for your fitness and experience easy. And at the end of each day, you can relax in comfortable accommodations, enjoy delicious local cuisine, and perhaps even sample a little of Scotland's famous whisky. A walking holiday in Scotland is an unforgettable way to experience this fascinating country's beauty, culture, and hospitality.


10 days
Group Size
2 to 12

Walking The Best of Scotland

Welcome to the ultimate walking holiday in Scotland! Get ready to explore the best of this stunning country, from the John Muir Way to the West Highland Way, the Isle of Skye and the Cairngorm National Park.

Our journey will start at the John Muir Way, a 134-mile trail that takes you through some of Scotland's most beautiful coastal and countryside landscapes. You'll experience the natural beauty of East Lothian and the Firth of Forth and end up in the historic city of Dunbar.

Next, we'll head to the West Highland Way, where you'll hike through the breathtaking Scottish Highlands. This 96-mile route takes you through the heart of Scotland's most dramatic scenery, including lochs, glens, and mountains, with plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife along the way.

From there, we'll make our way to the stunning Isle of Skye, where you'll walk through some of the most picturesque landscapes in Scotland. Explore the rugged coastline, the soaring cliffs, and the rolling hills, and marvel at the stunning vistas surrounding you.

Finally, we'll end our journey at the Cairngorm National Park, where you'll discover the beauty of the Scottish Highlands. This area is home to many wildlife, from red deer and golden eagles to mountain hares and ptarmigans. You'll also experience the stunning views of the Cairngorm Mountains, the highest range in Scotland.

So, please put on your walking boots and join us on this incredible journey through the best of Scotland. With so much natural beauty to explore, you will indeed have a holiday to remember!