Southern Upland Way

The Southern Upland Way is the first official coast-to-coast long distance hiking path in Scotland. It runs 212 miles (341 km) across the country from the Atlantic Ocean to the North Sea from Portpatrick on the west coast to Cockburnspath on the east coast. The Southern Uplands is situated in the southernmost area of Scotland, …

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Great Glen Way

The Great Glen Way was officially opened in 2002 and is one of Scotland’s Great Trails. It stretches over 117 km (79 miles) from coast to coast across the ruggedly wild Scottish Highlands, linking Fort William with the regional capital Inverness on the east coast. Kicking off at the end of the West Highland Way, …

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West Highland Way

Scotland is widely known for its rugged, wild landscapes all over the world. It’s no surprise that it offers one of the most popular long distance trails in the whole of Britain. If your heart is yearning for dramatic sceneries, rocky hills and mountains, idyllic lochs surrounded by vivid greenery, rich history and a bit …

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