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West Highland Way (The North) - 7 Days & 6 Nights

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7 Days & 6 Nights
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West Highland Way (The North) - 7 Days & 6 Nights

  • Walk over half of Scotland's most famous long-distance trail from Inverarnan to Fort William
  • Enjoy camaraderie on the trail as you meet fellow walkers from around the world
  • Explore the Highland landscape; from the remote Rannoch Moor to the base of Ben Nevis
  • Stay at the remote Kingshouse Hotel with views onto Buachaille Etive Mor
  • Make your proud final steps into Fort William, having traversed Scotland’s finest scenery
Walk the northern portion of Scotland's most famous long distance trail - the West Highland Way. The trail winds it's way through the seemingly infinite highland glens of Western Scotland taking in iconic sights such as Buachaille Etive Mor (Scotland's most photographed mountain), and crossing the vast expanse of the remote Rannoch Moor. Immerse yourself in the landscape and enjoy camaraderie with other walkers along the trail Discover the spectacular landscape of the Scottish Highlands on the West Highland Way - Scotland's most famous long-distance trail. Towering mountains, tranquil lochs and rushing rivers combine to reward you with a unique and ever-changing landscape as you undertake the northern portion of the trail from Inerarnan to Fort William. Tyndrum, Bridge of Orchy and Inveroran punctuate the trail on the way to the Kingshouse Hotel which lies on the remote Rannoch Moor. This really is Scottish highland scenery at its best! Your walk continues to Kinlochleven via the “Devil’s Staircase”, before reaching Fort William, Scotland’s Outdoor Capital, situated at the head of Loch Linnhe with the slopes of Ben Nevis above. As the largest operator on the West Highland Way (each year over 2500 people trust us to arrange their walk) we can secure you the best value and quality arrangements, regardless of whether you are walking solo or as a group of 20, and we’re happy to tailor-make a tour to fit your requirements. 99% of our walkers would recommend us to a friend, and you can read over 800 authentic and unbiased West Highland Way customer reviews. So give us a shout today to start planning your own West Highland Way adventure.

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive Inverarnan Day 2 Inverarnan to Tyndrum 12 miles / 19 km Day 3 Tyndrum to Inveroran 9.5 miles / 15 km Day 4 Inveroran to Kingshouse 10 miles / 16 km Day 5 Kingshouse to Kinlochleven 9 miles / 14.5 km Day 6 Kinlochleven to Fort William 15 miles / 24 km Day 7 Onward travel from Fort William
THIS TRIP'S CARBON SCORE

This trip has a carbon score of 8kg per person per day, meaning it’s one of our greenest trips! For comparison, a carbon count of 8kg is equivalent to 12 pints of local beer at the bar.

Here at Macs, we pride ourselves on being a responsible travel company and continue to adopt, develop and innovate ways to positively impact the environment.

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  • West Highland Way

    The West Highland Way is the first trip Macs Adventure operated back in 2003 and remains one of our favourite trips today. For a taste of the experience, watch this short feature about a West Highland Way father and daughter adventure. 

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  • West Highland Way Video Diary

    Dan, our resident wildlife expert, took to the West Highland Way and recorded his whole journey.  This video shows you the full route, from the starting point in Milngavie, through all the points of interest, to the finish in Fort William.  Dan points out some interesting things along the route that you shouldnt miss, but this is not a video laden with spoilers.  Every journey on the West Highland Way is different, dictated by the weather, the people you meet and the chance encounters with wildlife (human and otherwise!) Get a taste of what is in store on the West Highland Way with Dan.  

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  • The West Highland Way

    For an oversight of the West Highland Way, its history, its logistics and how it feels to walk, this is the video for you.  Ewan discusses some of the finer points of walking the route, with the background of Loch Lomond, shows how the baggage transfer works and how easy Macs Adventure make walking the West Highland Way. 

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