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Scotland: The Best of #MacsMoment

25 Aug , 2017  

Our #MacsMoment contest encourages our adventure lovers to share the best moments of their travel experiences, to inspire adventure in others. Travelling on foot or by bike is the best way to experience the world up close and personal, and enjoy uplifting moments, funny moments, scenic moments, challenging moments, and much more!

Scotland is one of our most popular destinations for walking and cycling holidays, and it provides some of the best moments! Here are a few favourites…

The views are iconic…

And so is the wildlife!

The refreshments are the best in the world!

The sheer joy of it…

There’s no such thing as bad weather…

…not when you’ve got the right clothing and the right sense of fun.

Last view of Loch Lomond. #westhighlandway #macsmoment #lochlomond #utilikilt #ospreypacks

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West Highland Way in the Rain Steven Gibb

Thank you Steven Gibb and family for this entry, and for not letting a bit of rain get in the way of a good time!

More beautiful spots to take a break than you have time to break for!

(But you still should take a break anyway)

You’re never too young…

It’s never to early to develop a love of the Highlands.

The sun DOES shine!

Always expect four seasons in one day, but when the sun does shine…

 

Great Glen Way Panorama

Thank you Jessica Wanston for this Great Glen Way panorama

Scotland is one of our most popular adventure destinations, and these adventure snapshots capture the country and the atmosphere perfectly. Thank you to one and all for sharing, and long may your adventures continue!

For any more information about walking or cycling adventure holidays in Scotland, visit our website, or contact the team on [email protected]

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I have been a member of the Macs Adventure team since March 2013, and since joining my travel wish-list has developed ten-fold! Glasgow is my home, and a wonderful city to live in, however I love nothing more than enjoying the access to the Scottish countryside on my doorstep.