My Kilimanjaro Climb Diary

25 Jan , 2010  

The Dream Some dreams are fulfilled quickly. Some take  a little while longer. I first dreamt of climbing Kilimanjaro whilst staying in a tent on the beach at Kendwe Rocks in Zanzibar as a twenty year old backpacker, travelling through East Africa on a two month adventure. Kilimanjaro was a faint silhouette rising from the […]


Walking, West Highland Way

8 Reasons to Walk North on the West Highland Way

4 Jan , 2010  

The West Highland Way was originally envisaged as a walk from Milngavie to Fort William, going North through the Western Highlands of Scotland. I have walked (and loved) the West Highland Way six times and we specialise in organising walking holidays on the West Highland Way. We often get asked whether it is possible to […]

Macs Adventure, Walking

The Skye Trail

27 Dec , 2009  

The Skye Trail, a new documentary by Cameron McNeish, will be broadcast on BBC 2 tonight (27th December 2010). Cameron believes: “That this long walk has the potential to be the finest in the whole country” I certainly can’t argue with Cameron McNeish, Britain’s best known walker, and was personally inspired by the landscapes of […]

Macs Adventure, Walking

Top 5 UK Walking Holidays in 2010

17 Nov , 2009  

I think there is no better way to experience the UK’s landscape, history, culture and people than on a walking holiday. But what makes for a truly great walking holiday? What are the magic ingredients that make a trail stand head and shoulders above the rest. I have walked thousand’s of miles on the UK’s […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

More Outstanding Feedback & Reviews for Macs Adventure

3 Nov , 2009  

As the 2009 walking holiday season in Scotland draws to a close we at Macs HQ are thrilled with our 2009 feedback and reviews once again. It makes it all worth it when our customers have outstanding holidays and adventures in Scotland. You can download our full customer survey results or just cast your eye […]

Camino, Macs Adventure, Walking

Kath does the Camino!

27 Oct , 2009  

After sleepless nights about what to pack in our 10k hand luggage allowance, my sister Holly and I set off on our journey to Northern Spain to walk the last section of the Camino.  Not really knowing what to expect we were like excited children joking about how awful we were going to look in […]



Great Article on Walking Hadrian’s Wall

24 Sep , 2009  

I came across this wonderful article about Trekking Hadrian’s Wall in the Smithsonian Magazine written by Andrew Curry. The article gives a great insight into walking Hadrian’s Wall and the range of historical and local interest encountered along the way. David conveys the pleasure and pain walking Hadrian’s Wall perfectly and I really enjoyed the […]


High Hopes for Annandale Way

18 Sep , 2009  

The Annandale Way, a 55 miles long distance walk which links Moffat and Annan has been launched with high hopes. The Dumfries and Galloway Standard Reports The 55-mile Annandale Way follows the course of the River Annan from its mouth at the Solway to above the Moffat Beef Tub.And it is hoped that it will […]

Camino, Macs Adventure

10 Reasons why you should walk the Camino.

21 Jul , 2009  

The Camino de Santiago de Compostela (or Way of St James) is an ancient network of pilgrimage routes from throughout Europe that have brought pilgrims to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela for thousands of years. Inspired by the journeys of friends and family who have walked the Camino Frances over the past few […]


Aussies Enjoy Hadrian’s Wall

6 May , 2008  

Miggs & Keith Coggan had this to say abouth their recent Hadrian’s Wall holiday with Macs Adventure. “Dear Neil, Keith and I would like to say thank you for such great organisation and flair. Our Hadrian’s Wall path walk went well and to plan, with excellent accommodation, which you organised. The variety was perfect, with […]