Designed for people who are fit and used to walking all day. We will walk up to 11 miles/17.5 km (6 hours plus stops) per day with an average 1150ft/350m of ascent. On one day it might be as much as 3000ft/900m but there are also easier days. Our routes sometimes traverse pathless glens, climb mountains or thread remote passes and there may be some scrambling. On most days as much of our time is spent off path as on it.
Walking the coasts with cliffs and rocky and sandy bays, hills and moors of four islands of the Inner Hebrides: the rugged isle of Mull, the community owned Isle of Ulva, the basalt island of Staffa and St Columba's Isle of Iona. Enjoying the views, history, geology and an abundance of wildlife along the way.
A wonderful opportunity to explore three very different islands of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, each with something special to offer: Islay, famous for its malt whiskies and birdlife; rugged Jura, where deer outnumber people many times; and remote and peaceful Colonsay.
Walking on Shetland, the most northerly archipelago of Britain. Exploring remote coastlines characterised by dramatic cliffs, long fjord like ‘voes’ and beautiful sandy beaches. Enjoy wildlife and history during the walks. Voted by Lonely Planet as one of the places to visit.
Tailor-made private guided walking itineraries can be drawn up for anywhere in Scotland: Highlands, Inner Hebrides, Outer Hebrides/Western Isles, Skye, Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands, Dumfries, Galloway, Borders.