Imagine a Scotland hiking tour designed to meet your needs.
A hiking tour where you tell us what you want, what day you’d like to start, when you want to finish and how far you wish to hike each day.
A hiking tour where you let us take care of all the accommodation and bag-transfer arrangements for you, tell you all about Scottish history and folklore and show you where to find the tastiest food and the best local whisky.
And to help you pick the perfect hiking trip in Scotland, we have carefully selected some of the best hiking trails in Scotland for you.
The West Highland Way is a 155km (96 mile) long route, running from Milngavie, north of Glasgow, to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands. It is one of Scotland’s official Great Trails. The trail offers breath-taking scenery as you hike into the heart of the Highlands and it is considered one of the classic long distance walks of the world. It was opened in 1980 as the first official long d..
The Rob Roy Way is one of Scotland’s Great Trails that stretches for 127km between Drymen and Pitlochry. The trail takes its name from Rob Roy MacGregor and follows the tracks and paths used by this famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century. The Rob Roy Way was opened in 2002. It crosses the Highland Boundary Fault, a geological fault where the Highlands meet the Lowland..
The Great Glen Way, which was opened in 2002, is one of Scotland’s official Great Trails. It stretches for 127km (79 miles) from coast to coast across the Scottish Highlands, from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east. The trail is generally walked from west to east to follow the direction of the prevailing wind. It follows the geological fault of the Great Glen and is home to so..
The Speyside Way is one of Scotland’s Great Trails and it runs for 116km from Buckie on the shore of the Moray Firth coast in a south-westwards direction to Aviemore and Kincraig on the edge of the Cairngorm Mountains. For much of its route the trail follows the valley of the River Spey and passes through the heart of the Speyside Whisky region. This area has the largest concentration of whi..
We really enjoyed our walk on the West Highland Way in October 2016. Thanks to Hillwalks professional organisation!Klaus-Dieter L. - Germany
Together with a friend I booked the Rob Roy Way in Schotland with Hillwalk Tours and everything was perfectly organized: very friendly and supportive staff, the B&B's were great; everything was super smooth. They even arranged the sun to come out for us the whole week ; ) Hat tip Hillwalk, keep up the good work!Amber S. - Netherlands
I did the Great Glen Way from Invermoriston and then down to Inverness. The walk was amazing. The views were spectacular and the B&B were first rate. I would highly recommend this walk and this company to anyone. It was very well marked and there was never any question on where to go. I would happily do it again.Marie P. - USA
We walked the Great Glen Way last week and it was really great! Perfectly organized by Hillwalk Tours and the B&B's get five star ratings from me. After spluttering in the mud and rain during the day, it was always a pleasure to come home to the B&B's for a hot shower and to get a warm meal in the vicinity. Definitely something I want more of. Next on my list: The Kerry Way in Ireland.Johan C. - Switzerland
Self-GuidedChoose from 4 unique trails in Scotland with multiple itinerary options
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Made for YouDecide how many daily miles/km (on average) you want to walk
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