Scotland’s has lots to wonder rugged mountains terrain; pristine coastlines offer unlimited opportunities for outdoor adventures. It’s no wonder why locals and tourist alike come here to get amongst the great outdoors. There something for everyone and all levels of fitness from day walks to multi day hikes is a great way to experience the Scottish nature and wilderness. In parts of Scotland there are a many breathtaking hikes with varied landscapes that will get your walking boots excited.
Take a classic path Glen Affric to Shiel Bridge, this walk will take you along sloping hills down valleys up through the Scotland Highlands is the classic two-day hike across country, along the way stay a night in a remote hostel.
If your after the country’s most popular long distance hike than the West Highland Way stretches 96 miles, Scotland most impressive scenery the landscape here was once formed by Glaciers. Hiking across wide mountains and deep lochs. Takes about six to eight days medium level of difficulty, there are hostels and possibility to camp in some parts. Have a read of The West Highland Way Official Guide by Bob Aitken and Roger Smith; it’s a helpful guidebook to keep you on your feet.