We offer self-guided walking packages for some of the most popular and spectacular long distance walks in Scotland. Our walking holidays are ideal for anyone seeking to combine a walking trip with spectacular scenery and allow you to explore our beautiful countryside at your own pace.
Our walking holidays in Scotland include the West Highland Way, Great Glen Way, John Muir Way, Rob Roy Way, Speyside Way and Kintyre Way.
We would be delighted to arrange additional days at any of your overnight locations and are keen to be as flexible as your itinerary needs to be - just contact us and we'd be delighted to discuss your requirements.
Centre Based Walking Holidays
If you'd prefer to be based in one or two locations then our centre based walking holidays are ideal - combine some of the best walking in the Highlands of Scotland with peace and tranquility and without the hassle of moving on each day.
These holidays provide a choice of accommodation from hand-picked Guest Houses and Inns to the very best Hotels. Each day you decide which walking route to follow from a range of our suggestions - explore the magnificent hills and glens of The Highlands, the grand and ancient pine forests of Speyside, or spectacular coastal walking on the Isle of Skye or Orkney.
On some days you may choose a short walk or not to walk at all, as these areas also offer fantastic sightseeing opportunities. Click here to view a map of our Centre Based Walks in Scotland.
- West Highland Way
- The West Highland Way is one of the world’s classic long distance walking trails. It stretches 96 miles north from Milngavie, in the northern suburbs of Glasgow to Fort William, a Highland town nestled at the foot of Ben Nevis......
- Arran Coastal Way
- The Arran Coastal Way is a wonderful walking experience around the enchanting Island of Arran. An enjoyable one hour ferry journey across the sheltered waters of the Firth of Clyde will transport you to the most southerly and the most accessible of all the Scottish Islands......
- Berwickshire Coastal Path
- The Berwickshire Coastal Path takes you on a tour of one of the most scenic coastlines in Britain. At only 39 miles in total, this relatively short trail gives you the opportunity to walk along some of the highest sea cliffs in Britain and past many beautiful sandy beaches ......
- Borders Abbeys Way
- The Borders Abbeys Way is a wonderful circular walking route in the heart of the Scottish Borders which passes by four great Abbeys from the 12th Century. This gentle walking trail of 68 miles gives the feeling of stepping back in time where the pace of life is somewhat slower.....
- Cateran Trail
- The Cateran Trail is a delightful circular route through some of Scotland’s finest glens. The route follows old drove roads and ancient tracks across a varied terrain of farmland, forests and moors. Beginning in Blairgowrie - a charming town renowned for its soft fruit growing......
- East Highland Way
- The East Highland Way is one of Scotland’s newest long distance walks which traverses the beautiful landscapes between Fort William – the outdoor capital of the UK – and Aviemore in the stunning Cairngorms National Park. The route connects some of Scotland's existing long distance walks.......
- Fife Coastal Path
- The Fife Coastal Path begins close to the Forth Road Bridge and winds its way northwards around the golden coastline of Eastern Scotland arriving at its finish at the Firth of Tay. This wonderful coastal path stretches 81 miles (130km)......
- Great Glen Way
- The Great Glen Way links the Atlantic Ocean in the West of Scotland with the Moray Firth on the East. It follows the route of the Caledonian Canal which links the large lochs along the Great Glen. Opened in 2002 this coast to coast walk......
- John Muir Way
- Officially opened in 2014, the John Muir Way is the newest of Scotland’s official long distance trails, running through the heartland of the country. In a tribute to the 19th-century conservationist and father of national parks, the trail takes you from the West coast at Helensburgh......
- Kintyre Way
- The Kintyre Way was opened in August 2006 and is located in the remote and beautiful Kintyre Peninsula on the West Coast of Scotland. Stretching from Tarbert Harbour in the north, to Machrihanish in the south, the route criss-crosses this lovely peninsula.......
- Loch Ness Trail
- The Loch Ness Trail takes you on a tour around Scotland’s most iconic Loch. We’ve combined the South Loch Ness Trail and the northern half of the Great Glen Way to create a 77.5 mile route through the beautiful Great Glen. The route begins and ends at Inverness, the capital of the Highlands .....
- Rob Roy Way
- The Rob Roy Way is a wonderful long distance walking trail through the spectacular Southern Highlands, linking the diverse scenery of the Trossachs with the beauty of Highland Perthshire.This 79 mile trail passes through some fine Highland scenery......
- Skye Trail
- The Skye Trail traverses the whole of the Isle of Skye, from the remote northern tip at Rubha Hunish, to the bustling village of Broadford in the South. Along the way you can soak up some of the fantastic scenery, history and island culture which make Skye so popular.....
- Southern Upland Way
- The Southern Upland Way is Britain’s first official coast to coast long distance walk, running from Portpatrick on the rocky west coast of Scotland to Cockburnspath on the eastern seaboard. It offers superb and varied scenery, taking in idyllic farmland, tranquil lochs, wild forests, rolling hills, remote mountains and heather-clad moorland ....
- Speyside Way
- The Speyside Way is a self-guided walking holiday through the heart of Whisky Country to the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains. Speyside is one of the loveliest and most unspoilt parts of the British Isles overlooked by some of its highest mountains......
- St Cuthbert's Way
- The St Cuthbert’s Way stretches nearly 63 miles across the peaceful Scottish Borders to the Northumberland Coast. This is a route with both a religious and historical interest. It begins in Melrose, the location of the Celtic monk St Cuthbert's early monastic life......
- Cairngorms National Park & Speyside
- The Cairngorms National Park is a wonderful destination for a walking holiday and is home to the wildest area of uplands in Scotland; it boasts 4 of the 5 highest peaks in the country. Deep glens cut through the mountains and pristine Caledonian pine forests and sparkling lochans enhance the wonderful natural beauty of the area.......
- Isle of Skye
- This self-guided walking holiday on the Isle of Skye follows excellent trails and enjoys magnificent views of the mountains and seascape - a walking holiday on Skye simply makes for a wonderful and unforgettable experience.The magical Isle of Skye is one of the most popular destinations to enjoy a walking holiday in Scotland. The area is famed for its ......
- North West Highlands
- At the very edge of Europe, the majestic peaks and sparkling lochs of the North West Highlands remain relatively untouched and unvisited. Easily accessible, these landscapes are a walker’s paradise and a perfect destination for a self-guided walking holiday for those in search of solitude.This remote and starkly beautiful......