Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Rob Roy Way

21 Feb , 2018  

Scotland is a country that begs to be discovered on foot. Under 2% of Scotland is urban, the rest being a mix of farmland and wild scenery that goes from nice, to spectacular, to ‘oh, I seem to be crying as I am in the most beautiful place I have ever been.’ With this much […]


Macs Adventure, Walking

The Rob Roy Way-An Alternate to the West Highland Way

6 Nov , 2017  

The Rob Roy Way should be on your to-do list. It was named after the Scottish Outlaw Rob Roy who used to roam these lands and was developed by mega fans and enthusiasts in the area. It’s an atmospheric, history-steeped journey through one of the prettiest parts of Scotland. I travelled for 7 days along […]

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Walking, West Highland Way

Opening of Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail

1 Nov , 2012  

Scotland’s longest walking route was launched this week, offering a fabulous trail from the English Border to the northern Highlands. The Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail begins in Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders and finishes at Cape Wrath in the north-west Highlands – and links a number of existing long-distance trails to form one 470-mile walk. […]

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Prolong your summer with an autumn escape

14 Sep , 2012  

  Prolong your summer with an autumn escape.   Autumn walking in the Mediterranean is sublime with warm days, cool evenings and tables laden with the rich summer harvest. Turquoise seas, relaxed harbour side dinners and coastal walking come as standard on our island hopping walking holidays in Greece. Pack your bags for Naxos and Santorini orCorfu and […]

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Macs Adventure, Trekking, Walking

4 Alternative Walks to the West Highland Way

10 Feb , 2011  

For obvious reasons, the West Highland Way is one of, if not the most popular long distance walk in the UK.  The transition from the suburbs of Glasgow out into the increasingly dramatic Highland scenery is something which draws people back to the walk year after year. With the absence of the dreaded midge and […]

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