Cycling, Discovery, Walking

Scotland’s Great Trails: The Best long distance walks in Scotland

20 Jan , 2017  

The John Muir Way has been officially recognised as one of Scotland’s Great Trails (SGTs). The 134-mile route – which stretches across Scotland between Helensburgh in the west and Muir’s birthplace in Dunbar on the east coast – joins a stable of other celebrated Great Trails of Scotland, as listed by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). […]

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Place your vote! Path restoration project on Bla Bheinn, Skye

17 Mar , 2014  

Macs Adventure are members of the John Muir Trust, helping to conserve wild lands and wild places in Britain in the spirit of the father of the modern conservation movement, John Muir himself. The John Muir Trust today launch their campaign to win funds for a path restoration project on Bla Bheinn (pronounced Blaven), on […]


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Supporting the John Muir Trust, for wild lands and wild places

12 Mar , 2014  

John Muir (1838-1914), the Scottish born founder of the modern conservation movement who was influential in founding several of America’s national parks, is quoted as saying ‘All that the sun shines on is beautiful, so long as it is wild.’ So why “go wild”? At Macs Adventure, we believe that wild places and landscapes are […]


News, Walking

New Scottish walking trail to celebrate John Muir

11 Apr , 2013  

It’s the Year of Natural Scotland 2013 and this month the first ever John Muir Day will be celebrated in Scotland. On April 21, a host of events will take place across the country remembering the life and pioneering conservation work of Scots-born John Muir. Even more exciting news for walkers is plans to create […]


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Ben Nevis Needs your help!

25 Jun , 2012  

We actively support Friends of Nevis and have just received this appeal for help so if you fancy some fresh air, excercise and putting something back then why not enjoy a fabulous weekend in the western highlands with Friends of Nevis. Here are the details from Liz: Friends of Nevis is getting a small team together […]

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