The Great Glen Way is a 76 mile trek which begins in Fort William and finishes in Inverness. The trail follows a beautiful low level path that offers a fantastic introduction to long distance walking. Not only are the scenery and views fantastic but so are the paths underfoot. This means you can happily walk and look around rather than look at where to place your feet.
For every guided long distance trail we will provide you with a fully qualified guide, full vehical support, so you can skip a day, and we will arrange all accommodation.
All accommodation is included in the price so the only thing left for you to do is buy your food and do the walk! We will even drive you back to the start once you have finished so you can get back to your own vehicle. Free transfers to local train station can also be arranged.
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The East Highland way is an 82 mile trek which connects Fort William, the outdoor capital of the UK with Aviemore, famous for its mountains and ski resorts. This trail really does have it all, from beautiful forests and shimmering loch side tracks to stunning mountain scenery. It is a great rival to the West Highland Way just much, much quieter!
This is the northerly section of The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, starting in St Dogmaels and finishing in Broad Haven. Totalling 84 miles of some of the most inspiring and exquisite coastal paths in the UK. You will walk through glorious surf beaches, including Whitesand's Bay and Newgale, see ancient stone circles and maybe even spot a dolphin or seal! Since you will be spending some evening in St Davids, the UK smallest city, you will also get the chance to visit the cathedral. This trek has incredibly varied coastal scenery from sandy beaches to dramatic cliffs, almost all contained within The Pembroke Coast National Park.
The Snowdonia Way is a long-distance trail through the heart of the mountains of North Wales, running 97 miles (156 km) from Machynlleth to Conwy. You'll pass by the most famous mountains in Wales, including Snowdon and Cadair Idris. Walk through the great valleys of Ogwen and Ffestiniog. You will also see ancient stone circles, castles, and market towns that have changed little over the years. Snowdonia's landscape is incredibly diverse, with large forests, open moorland, rocky mountainside and sandy estuary all within the National Park.
This is a 6 day walk along some of the finest countryside England has to offer. After dipping our boats into the Irish Sea by St Bees, we will journey along the first 6 days (82 Miles) of Wainwrights world famous Coast to Coast. Travelling through the heart of the Lake District, you will be inspired by stunning views of rugged mountains and tranquil tarns, and spend your evenings in picture-postcard villages.
The West Highland Way is the most famous and perhaps best loved long distance walking route in Scotland. It is 96 miles/154km in length and begins in Milngavie (on the edge of Glasgow) and ends in Fort William. It's an incredibly diverse trail which explores some of the best scenery Scotland has to offer. From mountains and lochs, to moorland and farmland, the West Highland Way trek really does have it all.
This is an 11 day walk on one of the most challenging hiking routes in the UK. Our Cape Wrath Trail is 158 miles of the most diverse walking in Scotland. Starting in Kinloch Hourn and finishing at the North West Point of Scotland, you will get to experience the most magnificent scenery, from stunning coastline to intimidating mountains and everything in between.
This is a seven day walk on the Isle of Skye, a beautiful, mountainous island off the west coast of Scotland. The Skye Trail is a challenging, unofficial long distance route, it is unmarked and many sections aren't even on paths. However, the challenge is well worth the effort as you will experience some of the most breath-taking scenery in Scotland. You will pass ruins of deserted villages, destroyed in the Highland Clearances. Have multiple views of the Cuillin Ridge and walk over the Trotternish Ridge. You will also have the chance to see The Isle of Skye's array of wildlife, including seals, otters and eagles.