8 of The Best Long Distance Walks in Scotland

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Scotland has a multitude of fantastic long distance walks to choose from. In this guide we’ve picked out 8 of the best that were sure you’re going to love. 

From the relatively easy going adventure through the Great Glen Way to the rugged and wild tracks of the Cape Wrath Trail there’s a walk in this list for every type and level of hiker. 

We’ve given you all the details (and hopefully inspiration) you need to choose one of them and go on an escapade of a lifetime! Enjoy the guide!

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Hike
Distance
Days
Difficulty
More Info
#1
Rob Roy Way
79 miles / 127km
6 – 8
3.2/5
#2
Cape Wrath Trail
233 miles / 375km
13 – 15
4.5/5
#3
Great Glen Way
73 miles / 117km
4 – 6
2.6/5
#4
The Hebridean Way
155 miles / 249km
10 – 12
3.1/5
#5
Speyside Way
73 miles / 117km
5 – 7
3.1/5
#6
West Highland Way
96 miles / 154km
5 – 8
3.2/5
#7
The Skye Trail
79 miles / 127km
6 – 8
3.2/5
#8
Affric Kintail Way
44.5 miles / 71km
3 – 4
3.8/5

Rob Roy Way

Start:
Drymen

End:
Pitlochry

Distance:
79 miles / 127km

Time:
6 - 8 Days

3.2/5

Difficulty:
Beginners +

Image credit: Neil Williamson

Anyone with Scottish blood in their veins knows the story of infamous Jacobite outlaw Robert Roy MacGregor. 

This trail traces the steps of Robert MacGregor as it meanders by several Lochs, through the atmospheric forests of the Trossachs and passes a series of stunning glens and quaint villages.

This is a real trek through time, taking you through the landscapes where Rob Roy was active and also offering a wealth of archaeological sites along the route.

Jump into this wild Highland scenery, and find your own outlaw spirit as you retrace the steps of this timeless renegade. 

Day Breakdown

Day 1: Drymen to Aberfoyle
  • Start: Drymen
  • End: Aberfoyle
  • Distance: 11 miles / 17.5km
  • Ascent: 227m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Aberfoyle to Callander
  • Start: Aberfoyle
  • End: Callander
  • Distance: 9.5 miles / 15km
  • Ascent: 256m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 3: Callander to Strathyre
  • Start: Callander
  • End: Strathyre
  • Distance: 9.5 miles / 15km
  • Ascent: 155m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 4: Strathyre to Killin
  • Start: Strathyre
  • End: Killine
  • Distance: 13.5 miles / 21.5km
  • Ascent: 341m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 5: Killin to Ardtalnaig
  • Start: Killin
  • End: Ardtalnaig
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19km
  • Ascent: 521m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 6: Ardtalnaig to Aberfeldy
  • Start: Ardtalnaig
  • End: Aberfeldy
  • Distance: 15 miles / 24km
  • Ascent: 561m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 7: Aberfeldy to Pitlochry
  • Start: Aberfeldy
  • End: Pitlochry
  • Distance: 9.5 miles / 15km
  • Ascent: 321m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Drymen
    End: Pitlochry
    79 miles / 127km
    Total Ascent: 2383
    Wild camping allowed

    Highlights

    Highland Scenery
    Glen Ogle Viaduct
    Falls of Dochart
    Birks o’ Aberfeldy
    Fonab Stone Circle

    Gallery

    Cape Wrath Trail

    Start:
    Fort William

    End:
    Cape Wrath

    Distance:
    233 miles / 375km

    Time:
    13 - 15 Days

    4.5/5

    Difficulty:
    Experienced

    Image credit: Kees Waterlander

    The Cape Wrath Trail, often called Britain’s hardest walk, is a challenging but rewarding expedition that takes you through some of the wildest and most beautiful parts of Scotland. 

    Pioneered by photographer David Paterson,  the trail is unmarked and requires good navigational skills and hiking experience. Definitely not for beginners.

    It offers everything you could hope for – stunning woodland, glens, mountains, rivers, sea cliffs and even more.  

    So if you’re looking for a challenge of epic proportions (and can get the time off work), look no further. 

    Day Breakdown

    Day 1: Fort William to Glenfinnan
  • Start: Fort William
  • End: Glenfinnan
  • Distance: 21 miles / 34km
  • Ascent: 610m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Glenfinnan to A’Chuil
  • Start: Glenfinnan
  • End: A’Chuil
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19km
  • Ascent: 598m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: No
  • Day 3: A’Chuil to Barrisdale Bay
  • Start: A’Chuil
  • End: Barrisdale Bay
  • Distance: 16 miles / 25km
  • Ascent: 878m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: No
  • Day 4: Barrisdale Bay to Morvich
  • Start: Barrisdale Bay
  • End: Morvich
  • Distance: 21 miles / 33km
  • Ascent: 1417m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 5: Morvich to Maol Bhuidhe
  • Start: Morvich
  • End: Maol Bhuidhe
  • Distance: 14 miles / 22.5km
  • Ascent: 1113m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: No
  • Day 6: Maol Bhuidhe to Craig
  • Start: Maol Bhuidhe
  • End: Craig
  • Distance: 15 miles / 24km
  • Ascent: 633m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: No
  • Day 7: Craig to Kinlochewe
  • Start: Craig
  • End: Kinlochewe
  • Distance: 10 miles / 16.5km
  • Ascent: 461m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 8: Kinlochewe to Shenavall
  • Start: Kinlochewe
  • End: Shenavall
  • Distance: 17 miles / 27.5km
  • Ascent: 657m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: No
  • Day 9: Shenavall to Inverlael
  • Start: Shenavall
  • End: Inverlael
  • Distance: 11.5 miles / 18.5km
  • Ascent: 740m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 10: Inverlael to Oykel Bridge
  • Start: Inverlael
  • End: Oykel Bridge
  • Distance: 21.5 miles / 34.5km
  • Ascent: 769m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 11: Oykel Bridge to Inchnadamph
  • Start: Oykel Bridge
  • End: Inchnadamph
  • Distance: 20 miles / 31.5km
  • Ascent: 564m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 12: Inchnadamph to Kylestrome
  • Start: Inchnadamph
  • End: Kylestrome
  • Distance: 17 miles / 27.5km
  • Ascent: 1092m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 13: Kylestrome to Rhiconich
  • Start: Kylestrome
  • End: Rhiconich
  • Distance: 18.5 miles / 30km
  • Ascent: 752m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 14: Rhiconich to Sandwood Bay
  • Start: Rhiconich
  • End: Sandwood Bay
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19km
  • Ascent: 319m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: No
  • Day 15: Sandwood Bay to Cape Wrath
  • Start: Sandwood Bay
  • End: Cape Wrath
  • Distance: 8 miles / 12.5km
  • Ascent: 421m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Fort William
    End: Cape Wrath
    233 miles / 375km
    Total Ascent: 11,024m
    Wild Camping Allowed

    Highlights

    Remote Highland Scenery
    Eas a Chual Aluinn Waterfall
    Sandwood Bay
    Torridon Mountain Range
    Stunning Wilderness

    Gallery

    Great Glen Way

    Start:
    Fort William

    End:
    Inverness

    Distance:
    73 miles / 117.5km

    Time:
    4 - 6 Days

    2.6/5

    Difficulty:
    Beginners +

    Image credit: Guiseppe Milo

    If you’re looking for a good introduction to long distance walking you can’t go wrong with the Great Glen Way. 

    Stretching 117km from coast to coast, this low level trail takes you down woodland tracks, past lochs, rivers and over hill paths with stunning scenery. 

    The trail passes Loch Ness via some very enjoyable trails.  Maybe you’ll get lucky and see Nessie? 

    Regardless of whether or not you spot a mythical creature, the walk is not only a great introduction to the Scottish Highlands but is a lot of fun. 

    Day Breakdown

    Day 1: Fort William to Gairlochy
  • Start: Fort William
  • End: Gairlochy
  • Distance: 10.5 miles / 17km
  • Ascent: 40m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Gairlochy to Laggan
  • Start: Gairlochy
  • End: Laggan
  • Distance: 11.75 miles / 19km
  • Ascent: 110m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: No
  • Day 3: Laggan to Fort Augustus
  • Start: Laggan
  • End: Fort Augustus
  • Distance: 10.5 miles / 17km
  • Ascent: 20m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 4: Fort Augustus Invermoriston
  • Start: Fort Augustus
  • End: Invermoriston
  • Distance: 7.5 miles / 12km
  • Ascent: 479m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 5: Invermoriston to Drumnadrochit
  • Start: Invermoriston
  • End: Drumnadrochit
  • Distance: 13.75 miles / 22km
  • Ascent: 740m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 6: Drumnadrochit to Inverness
  • Start: Drumnadrochit
  • End: Inverness
  • Distance: 19 miles / 30.5km
  • Ascent: 519m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Fort William
    End: Inverness
    73 miles / 117.5km
    Total Ascent: 1908m
    Wild Camping Allowed

    Highlights

    Neptune's Staircase
    Views of Ben Nevis
    Achnacarry House
    Urquhart Castle
    Loch Ness trail

    Gallery

    The Hebridean Way

    Start:
    Vatersay

    End:
    Pitlochry

    Distance:
    155 miles / 249km

    Time:
    10 - 12 Days

    3.1/5

    Difficulty:
    Beginners +

    Image credit: Chris Combe

    Steeped in Gaelic history and culture, and passing through some of the most spectacular landscapes in Scotland the Hebridean Way is a relative newcomer but more than holds its own with other long established walks. 

    Stretching the length of the Outer Hebrides the route passes 10 Islands via a series of causeways and ferries. 

    For those who love the coastline, stunning beaches and dazzling ocean views then this surely is the walk for you. 

    For more information check out an in depth guide to the walk by Watch Me See. She also made the map on the right. 

    Day Breakdown

    Day 1: Vatersay to Northbay
  • Start: Vatersay
  • End: Northbay
  • Distance: 13miles / 24km
  • Ascent: 798m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Northbay to Daliburgh
  • Start: Northbay
  • End: Daliburgh
  • Distance: 11 miles / 18km
  • Ascent: 134m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 3: Daliburgh to Howmore
  • Start: Daliburgh
  • End: Howmore
  • Distance: 11.5 miles / 19km
  • Ascent: 36m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 4: Howmore to Lionacleit
  • Start: Howmore
  • End: Lionacleit
  • Distance: 16 miles / 26km
  • Ascent: 111m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 5: Lionacleit to Grimsay
  • Start: Lionacleit
  • End: Grimsay
  • Distance: 13.5 miles / 22km
  • Ascent: 118m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 6: Grimsay to Lochmaddy
  • Start: Grimsay
  • End: Lochmaddy
  • Distance: 13 miles / 21km
  • Ascent: 246m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 7: Lochmaddy to Berneray
  • Start: Lochmaddy
  • End: Berneray
  • Distance: 10 miles / 18km
  • Ascent: 301m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 8: Berneray to Seilebost
  • Start: Berneray
  • End: Seilebost
  • Distance: 13 miles / 21km
  • Ascent: 590m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 9: Seilebost to Tarbert
  • Start: Seilebost
  • End: Tarbert
  • Distance: 14.5 miles / 23km
  • Ascent: 664m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 10: Tarbert to Scaladale
  • Start: Tarbert
  • End: Scaladal
  • Distance: 9 miles / 14.5km
  • Ascent: 457m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 11: Scaladal to Balallan
  • Start: Scaladal
  • End: Balallan
  • Distance: 13 miles / 21km
  • Ascent: 415m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 12: Balallan to Stornoway
  • Start: Balallan
  • End: Stornoway
  • Distance: 17.5 miles / 28km
  • Ascent: 531m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Vatersay
    End: Stornoway
    155 miles / 249km
    Total Ascent: 4471m
    Wild Camping Allowed

    Highlights

    Seeing Gaelic culture
    Calanais Standing Stones
    Stunning beaches
    Turquoise seascapes
    Unique Archaeology

    Gallery

    Image credits: Chris Combe

    Speyside Way

    Start:
    Buckie

    End:
    Kincraig

    Distance:
    73 miles / 117km

    Time:
    5 - 7 Days

    3.1/5

    Difficulty:
    Beginners +

    Image credit: Graham Norrie

    If you’re not only a fan of hiking but of whisky then this is the trail for you.

    Passing through whisky country, walkers have the opportunity to visit the Glenlivet and Glenfiddich distilleries.

    You also get the chance to go to the amazing Ballindalloch Castle dubbed the “Pearl of the North”.

    With only a few steep gradients along the way this a fairly straightforward walk that is suitable for hikers of any level. 

    So if you’re looking for an enjoyable walk with a little taste of Scotland added in you’ll love this trail.

    Day Breakdown

    Day 1: Buckie to Fochabers
  • Start: Buckie
  • End: Fochabers
  • Distance: 11 miles / 17.5km
  • Ascent: 65m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Fochabers to Craigellachie
  • Start: Fochabers
  • End: Craigellachie
  • Distance: 12.5 miles / 20km
  • Ascent: 490m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 3: Craigellachie to Ballindalloch
  • Start: Craigellachie
  • End: Ballindalloch
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19.5km
  • Ascent: 48m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 4: Ballindalloch to Grantown
  • Start: Ballindalloch
  • End: Grantown
  • Distance: 14.5 miles / 23km
  • Ascent: 502m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 5: Grantown to Boat of Garten
  • Start: Grantown
  • End: Boat of Garten/li>
  • Distance: 11 miles / 17k.5m
  • Ascent: 88m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 6: Boat of Garten to Aviemore
  • Start: Boat of Garten
  • End: Aviemore
  • Distance: 6 miles / 9km
  • Ascent: 51m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 7: Aviemore to Kincraig
  • Start: Aviemore
  • End: Kincraig
  • Distance: 6.5 miles / 10.5km
  • Ascent: 143m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Buckie
    End: Kincraig
    73 miles / 117km
    Total Ascent: 1387m
    Wild Camping Allowed

    Highlights

    Great variety of terrain
    Strathspey Steam Railway
    Ballindalloch Castle
    Nearby distillery visits
    Highland Wildlife

    Gallery

    West Highland Way

    Start:
    Milngavie

    End:
    Fort William

    Distance:
    96 miles / 154km

    Time:
    5 - 8 Days

    3.2/5

    Difficulty:
    Beginners +

    Image credit: Neil Williamson

    Scotland’s most famous and arguably best multi-day hike. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran of trails or a complete newbie, there’s something for everyone on this popular hiking route.

    What makes this easily navigable trail so special is how the appearance and geology of the landscape changes as you go from the lowlands of Scotland to the highlands. 

    That’s if you take the route from South to North, as most people do. 

    The official website for the West Highland Way Trail has a wealth of information, or you can check out our in depth guide.

    Day Breakdown

    Day 1: Milngavie to Drymen
  • Start: Milngavie
  • End: Drymen
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19.5km
  • Ascent: 210m
  • Train Station: yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Drymen to Rowardennan
  • Start: Drymen
  • End: Rowardennan
  • Distance: 14.5 miles / 23km
  • Ascent: 430m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 3: Rowerdennan to Inverarnan
  • Start: Rowerdennan
  • End: Inverarnan
  • Distance: 14 miles / 22.5km
  • Ascent: 475m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 4: Inverarnan to Tyndrum
  • Start: Inverarnan
  • End: Tyndrum
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19km
  • Ascent: 490m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 5: Tyndrum to Kingshouse
  • Start: Tyndrum
  • End: Kingshouse
  • Distance: 18.5 miles / 29.5km
  • Ascent: 644m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 6: Kingshouse to Kinlochleven
  • Start: Kingshouse
  • End: Kinlochleven
  • Distance: 9 miles / 14km
  • Ascent: 430m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 7: Kinlochleven to Fort William
  • Start: Kinlochleven
  • End: Fort William
  • Distance: 15miles / 24.5km
  • Ascent: 475m
  • Train Station: Yes
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Milngavie
    End: Fort William
    96 miles / 154km
    Total Ascent: 3155m
    Wild Camping Allowed

    Highlights

    Loch Lomond views
    Arklet Falls
    Drovers Inn
    Rannoch Moor
    Stunning Glencoe

    Gallery

    Image credits: Mark, Stu Smith

    The Skye Trail

    Start:
    Rubha Hunish

    End:
    Broadford

    Distance:
    79.5 miles / 127.5km

    Time:
    6 - 8 Days

    4/5

    Difficulty:
    Intermediate +

    Image credit: Neil Williamson

    The second of our island trails on this list, the Syke Trail is another wild and non-waymarked trek, definitely intended for the experienced hiker.  

    From the Trotternish Ridge to the incredibly atmospheric Loch Coruisk, and Black Cuillin, described by poet Lord Tennyson as “the wildest scene in the highlands” this trail offers some of the most stunning landscapes and geology Scotland has to offer.

    With open moorland, ridges, mountain trails, woodland, stunning wildlife and even more, this truly is a walk that will last in the memory. Plus there’s plenty more to see on Skye, don’t miss out! 

    Day Breakdown

    Day 1: Rubha Hunish to Flodigarry
  • Start: Rubha Hunish
  • End: Flodigarry
  • Distance: 7 miles / 11.5km
  • Ascent: 289m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Flodigarry to The Storr
  • Start: Flodigarry
  • End: The Storr
  • Distance: 18 miles / 28.5km
  • Ascent: 1750m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 3: The Storr to Portree
  • Start: The Storr
  • End: Portree
  • Distance: 9 miles / 14km
  • Ascent: 509m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 4: Portree to Sligachan
  • Start: Portree
  • End: Sligachan
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19km
  • Ascent: 273m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 5: Sligachan to Elgol
  • Start: Sligachan
  • End: Elgol
  • Distance: 11 miles / 18km
  • Ascent: 510m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 6: Elgol to Torrin
  • Start: Elgol
  • End: Torrin
  • Distance: 10 miles / 16.5km
  • Ascent: 368m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 7: Torrin to Broadford
  • Start: Torrin
  • End: Broadford
  • Distance: 12.5 miles / 20km
  • Ascent: 482m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Rubha Hunish
    End: Broadford
    79.5 miles / 127.5km
    Total Ascent: 4181m
    Wild Camping Allowed

    Highlights

    Mountain & Coastal Scenery
    Cuillin Mountains
    Trotternish Ridge
    Quiraing Landscape
    Stunning wildlife

    Gallery

    Image credits: Junaidrao

    Affric Kintail Way

    Start:
    Drumnadrochit

    End:
    Morvich

    Distance:
    44.5 miles / 71km

    Time:
    3 - 4 Days

    3.2/5

    Difficulty:
    Intermediate +

    Image credit: ShinyPhotoScotland

    If isolation and and alone time is what you’re after then you’ll love this adventure. 

    You’ll head into the upper reaches of Glen Affric, which is amongst some of the most isolated areas in the Highlands. 

    Offering huge glens, forest trails, mountain tracks, stunning lochs and even more. This trail is a must do for any hiker.  You even get the chance to stay at Scotland’s remotest youth hostel. 

    If you’re planing on tackling this hike, we recommend you have some experience with navigation and full hillwalking gear before  you take it on, or do it with someone who does. 

    Day Breakdown

    Day 1: Drumnadrochit to Cannich
  • Start: Drumnadrochit
  • End: Cannich
  • Distance: 13.5 miles / 21.5km
  • Ascent: 547m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 2: Cannich to Glen Affric
  • Start: Cannich
  • End: Glen Affric
  • Distance: 12 miles / 19.5km
  • Ascent: 598m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 3: Glen Affric to Alltbeithe
  • Start: Glen Affric
  • End: Alltbeithe
  • Distance: 9 miles / 14km
  • Ascent: 250m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Day 4: Alltbeithe to Morvich
  • Start: Alltbeithe
  • End: Morvich
  • Distance: 10 miles / 16km
  • Ascent: 272m
  • Train Station: No
  • Buses: Yes
  • Walk Details

    Start: Drumnadrochit
    End: Morvich
    44.5 miles / 71km
    Total Ascent: 1667m
    Wild Camping Allowed

    Highlights

    Walking Glen Affric
    Glen Affric eco-hostel
    Eileen Donan & Loch Duich
    Peeks of Kintail
    Highland wildlife

    Gallery

    FAQs

    How do I know which walk is right for me?

    Choose a walk that fits your experience level. If you've never done a long distance walk before, stick with the easier ones. West Highland Way is always a great option to start.

    Do I need to be really fit to do all these hikes?

    It depends on the walk. The longer ones will be quite draining and require good endurance levels, as do the more intense walks such as the Skye trail.

    Do I need special clothing or gear to do these hikes?

    Definitely get the essentials for any of the walks - good footwear, backpack, clothing etc.. For the more intense walks you'll likely need more gear.
    #
    Hike
    Distance
    Days
    Difficulty
    More Info
    #1
    Rob Roy Way
    79 miles / 127km
    6 – 8
    3.2/5
    #2
    Cape Wrath Trail
    233 miles / 375km
    13 – 15
    4.5/5
    #3
    Great Glen Way
    73 miles / 117km
    4 – 6
    2.6/5
    #4
    The Hebridean Way
    155 miles / 249km
    10 – 12
    3.1/5
    #5
    Speyside Way
    73 miles / 117km
    5 – 7
    3.1/5
    #6
    West Highland Way
    96 miles / 154km
    5 – 8
    3.2/5
    #7
    The Skye Trail
    79 miles / 127km
    6 – 8
    3.2/5
    #8
    Affric Kintail Way
    44.5 miles / 71km
    3 – 4
    3.8/5

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    Sam McCraw

    Sam McCraw

    I was raised in Edinburgh, Scotland with plenty of green spaces around me, and for as long as I can remember I've always had a passion for the outdoors.

    Whether it's going for a long hike, playing football, rafting or simply discovering a cool new place you'll likely find me outside somewhere.

    Discover Outside is a space for me to create guides and hopefully help others enjoy the outdoors too!

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