An excellent introduction to walking in Scotland for people with good basic fitness. The holiday combines walking with visits to places of interest. Daily distances will be 4-6 miles/6-9 km plus varying amounts of ascent, and we don’t expect to walk for longer than 4 hours (plus stops). Most of the walking will be on paths, tracks or quiet roads, although the surfaces can be wet and rough. There will be some steep sections along the way, but no climbing greater than 1200ft/365m, even in total.
This walking tour explores, from our base in Oban, rugged Argyll in the south-west Highlands, the heartland of ancient Scotland; along with three islands of the Inner Hebrides: Kerrera, close to Oban but a world apart; the uninhabited Garvellachs and Islay, the whisky island, where we'll stay three nights.
Hiking tour to Torridon and Sutherland in the undiscovered north-west Highlands. These are some the most remote and scenic parts of mainland Scotland and by many regarded as the finest areas of wild land in Scotland. Here we'll walk through stunning scenery and enjoy the solitude of secret places.
This walking tour will give you the chance to fully experience the Orkney Islands. Our walks take us to Birsay, Rousay, Yesnaby, Hoy and Deerness, and we will visit many of the numerous historic and ancient monuments including Skara Brae, Maeshowe, the Ring of Brodgar and the Ness of Brodgar excavations.
This walking tour takes in the many natural wonders and archaeological sites of the Shetland Isles. This is your chance to experience the most northerly islands of Britain, a unique place with long hours of daylight, beautiful landscapes, abundant wildlife and a rich cultural heritage.