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A few of the long distance walks we offer include:

  • Angus coastal path from Auchmithie to Arbroath
  • Berwickshire coastal path from Burnmouth via Eyemouth & Coldingham to St. Abbs & St. Abbs head national nature reserve (East coast’s highest cliffs)
  • Cateran trail
  • Fife coastal path from St. Andrews via Kingsbarn & Fife Ness to Crail; via Cellardyke, Anstruther, Pittenweem & St. Monans to Elie; via Earlsferry, Shell Bay & Largo to Leven
  • Great Glen way
  • John Muir way
  • Speyside way
  • Southern Upland way
  • West Highland way & along the Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond
  • Cape Wrath walk, incl. Sandwood bay 

Day walks in remote areas, which require a multi-day tour, incl.:

Wester Ross

  • Corrieshalloch gorge, Ullapool hill & Rhue lighthouse
  • Mellon Udrigle
  • Gairloch area (Gairloch sands, Flowerdale glen & waterfalls, Rhua Reid lighthouse, Loch Kernseray circuit ), etc.
  • Loch Maree (Tollie to Slattadale)
  • Beinn Eighe national nature reserve walks
  • Redpoint beaches to Lower Diabaig, :Loch Torridon
  • Torridon walks
  • Applecross walks

 

Easter Ross

  • Ben Wyvis national nature reserve
  • Rogie & Silverbridge falls, Contin & Strathpeffer area walks

  • Dingwall & the monument circuit
  • Black Isle: Chanonry point lighthouse & beach, Clootie well, fairy glen, Cromarty to Sutor’s stack cliffwalk
  • & many more walks

 

Lochalsh

  • Plockton beaches
  • Balmacara 
  • & many more walks

 

Isle of Skye

  • The Cuillins
  • Kyleakin, Broadford & Portree walks
  • Trotternish walks, incl. Lealt falls, Duntulm castle walks & Old Man of Storr walks

 

Along the “Road to the isles”

  • Camusdarach beach
  • Loch Morar
  • Arisaig & Borrodale or to Camas Ghaoideil

 

Knoydart

  • Wild nature walks, incl. John Muir Trust Li and Coire Dhorcail (access either by ferry from Mallaig or by 9 mile walk)

 

Glen Affric national nature reserve

  • Many walks, incl. the Affric – Kintail walk or shorter ones such as to the Plodda or Dog falls

 

Caithness

  • Duncansby seastacks near John O’Groats in Caithness
  • Dunnet beach
  • Dunnet head
  • Thurso beach, harbour, castle & coastal walk
  • & many more walks

 

Sutherland

  • Dornoch/Sutherland: Dornoch cathedral, scenic, historic centre, museum, beach, Royal Dornoch golf course & a lot more
  • Dornoch to Embo coastal walk
  • Golspie/Ferry links loch fleet tidal estuary & seals
  • Golspie via Dunrobin castle and Cairn Liath broch to Brora
  • Balnakeil beach & sand dunes to Durness Sango Bay beach in Durness and the walk from Smoo cave to the sea cliffs

  • Handa island seabird cliffs & nature reserve
  • Old man of Stoer seastack & lighthouse
  • Knockan crag – World geological park
  • Achmelvich beach
  • Northcoast beach walks
  • & many more walks

 

  • On all of our more challenging, harder, longer and round trip walks you will be accompanied by your walking group leader/driver/guide.

At many locations we also offer a drop off at the start of the walk and pick up from the end of the walk and our driver/guide/walking group leader will meet you half way from the other side of the walk.

Scotland has some most dramatic scenery – bens (mountains), 30000 lochs (Iakes) and glens (valleys), beautiful historic cities, towns and villages, 800 islands and a stunning coastline of cliffs and beaches.

Special interests, hobbies, activities & themes

Scotland has a lot more to offer and something for everyone should you have a special interest, hobby, activity, which you would like to experience on your tour with us throughout Scotland, please mention it to us and if at all possible, we will attempt to include it in your itinerary.


Private, personalised small group tours (maximum 8 passengers)

best suited for groups of friends of 5 to 8 people as the price is set during each season and you pay per vehicle/driver/guide day and share the cost among yourselves in your private group

– individuals, couples and friends – for example 1 – 4 people are still welcome to book their own private tour, but the cost per person will be higher

3 day tours

1 day tours (short)

1 day tours

4 day tours

2 day tours

5 day tours


Destinations

best suited for groups of friends of 5 to 8 people as the price is set during each season and you pay per vehicle/driver/guide day and share the cost among yourselves in your private group.

Regions

  • Edinburgh and the Lothians
  • Southern Scotland
  • Glasgow and the Clyde
  • Central Scotland
  • Argyll
  • Northeast Scotland
  • The Highland region 
  • Skye and the Western Isles
  • Orkney and Shetland