The highlands of Scotland are famous for having some of the most spectacular natural scenery in the UK. Here numerous lochs await discovery along with ruined castles, shady forests, tranquil waterways, high viewpoints, hidden waterfalls, a huge variety of wildlife (including many birds of prey and notably golden eagles) and a history that at times seems indiscernible from Scotland's timeless folklore.
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A fabulous introduction to Scottish hiking, the Speyside Way was created in 1981 and stretches from Buckie on the Moray Firth, to Aviemore the most famous of Highland resorts, taking in numerous whisky distilleries, and areas of incredible natural beauty.
This iconic Scottish walk will both delight and challenge you. The 9 day route takes you through incredible scenery, picturesque villages and historical locations, the perfect introduction to the Scottish Highlands.
This historical and varied walk takes you through some of Scotland’s most and treasured scenery. The Rob Roy way will delight walkers with its route, past waterfalls and areas of outstanding natural beauty, many renowned as the inspiration for poets and writers including Wordsworth, Burns and Scott.