West Highland Way - Best of #MacsMoment
Collecting moments and memories is far more enriching than collecting things. Travel is one of the best ways to build experience and understanding of the world around us, and those little moments we enjoy along the way all join together to create lasting memories.
Sharing those moments is a great way to offer others who are passionate about travel and the outdoors a window into your own experience, and the #MacsMoment feed for our most popular walking adventure, the West Highland Way, has been a particular source of delight!
Enjoy these snapshots of Scotland's most famous long distance walking trail, and please let us know if you have any questions about walking the West Highland Way.
Thank you Annie for sharing this moment...
JD walked the trail in 2021 and paused to celebrate these joyful moments...
Thanks to Geoff for these views, and a reminder that it's not all about the walking (Slàinte)...
Thank you Cecilia for this moment of reflection...
The "sore feet" statue is a moment to enjoy the achievement (and rest the sore feet!) - Photo by Samantha
The weather isn't always sunny, it is Scotland after all! But even in the mist, Glen Coe has an unrivalled atmosphere and beauty. Photo - Dee.
Reaching a rest stop, with time to recap on your activity with friends and fellow walkers is always a moment to savour. Captured by Timothy.
Iconic Glen Coe, the road and path through the historic Highland pass. Photo - Olivier
Waiting to begin the adventure. Photo - Sara
Those spring bluebells, by Ian...
The way to joy... A long distance trail! Photo - Nicole.
Browse our suggested itineraries to start making your own moments to remember on the West Highland Way here, or contact email@example.com for advice or inspiration.
This post has been updated from an original 2018 post to include more recent content.