Scotland's Great Trails
A long-established destination for walking of all kinds, and with a "right to roam" philosophy Scotland is the perfect place for a walking holiday. Scotland's Great Trails are a collection of managed national trails which are clearly way-marked, mostly off-road, and offer a range of services along the way.
The famous West Highland Way and Great Glen Way are quite deservedly two of the most well-known of Scotland's Great Trails. However, there are many other options. From the off-the-beaten-path Arran Coastal Way which leads you around "Scotland in Minature", to the sweeping coastlines and idyllic fishing villages of the Fife Coastal Path. If you are interested in learning more about Scotland's rich and colourful history, the Rob Roy Way takes you through the Trossachs, stamping ground of the infamous outlaw, Rob Roy McGregor on the edge of the Highlands. Or the St Cuthbert's Way is Scotland's very own pilgrimage route, leading you from Holy Island through the borders all the way to Northumberland.
Whichever of Scotland's Great Trails you choose, you can be sure of an incredibly rewarding experience walking through some of Scotland's loveliest landscapes!