Treks and Guided Walks

Warkworth Castle

Northumberland Coast Path

Join us as we cross sweeping sandy beaches and historic coastline through a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. A haven for wildlife, especially nesting seabirds, and with medieval castles this trek is packed full of interest. The Northumberland Coast Path offers fairly gentle walking as coastal routes go, with less of the up-and-down of the likes of the Pembrokeshire coast. We will enjoy this route over the course of 6 days with plenty time to take it all in.

Sun on the tops Lake District

Scafell Pike & The Lakeland Fells

Join our group in the bustling Lakeland town of Keswick for 5 days exploring the famous fells of the Lake District. On this walking holiday we will take in some classic fell circuits, bag a few Wainwrights and head up England's biggest mountain, Scafell Pike, from the beautiful Borrowdale. Your guide will share the best of the Lake District hillwalking with you, with routes hand-picked by our guide Harry, who has spent a lifetime exploring these fells.

Highlights of The Hebridean Way

The Outer Hebrides are a special part of the British Isles, encompassing 15 inhabited and over 50 uninhabited islands. The wet, windswept and rocky landscape, fringed with long sandy beaches and precious machair, holds a magic that can't really be found elsewhere.

The Hebridean Way joins Vatersay in the South with Stornoway, on Lewis, in the North. We take a 'highlights of' approach to this trek, selecting the sections we think you will most enjoy. Underfoot can be very challenging with plenty of boggy rough ground to negotiate - this is most certainly a route where waterproof boots and gaiters come into there own. However, the effort to walk through this terrain is more than made up for by the incredible views.

Our 7 walking days will cover 84 miles with a fantastic variety of hill, valley and coastal walking. We will walk along those long stretches of sandy beaches, pass historical sites and visit many of the small villages of the islands. Counter to convention we walk the route North to South, but as with all our treks we have vehicle support allowing us to make changes to our itinerary should the weather dictate.

Scottish National Trail: Stage 4

At nearly 540 miles the Scottish National Trail is no small undertaking. From the foothills of the Cheviot in Kirk Yetholm to the wild Cape Wrath, the North-West tip of Scotland, this long-distance trail truly has it all. Over 3 summers (2022-2024) we will be walking the length of Scotland in 6 stages. We invite you to join us for all or part of this incredible journey.

Stage 4 leaves Kingussie by reversing a section of the East Highland Way through Glen Banchor. The route is followed through to Laggan, then Garva Bridge, before a big up-and-over on the Corrieyairack Pass to Fort Augustus. The following 3 days are shorter, but not without their challenges underfoot, as the route heads west before turning north for Loch Cluanie. One last day through the mountains of Kintail poses the final challenge before the we finish stage 4 in Morvich.

Grandtully River Tay

Scottish National Trail: Stage 3

At nearly 540 miles the Scottish National Trail is no small undertaking. From the foothills of the Cheviot in Kirk Yetholm to the wild Cape Wrath, the North-West tip of Scotland, this long-distance trail truly has it all. Over 3 summers (2022-2024) we will be walking the length of Scotland in 6 stages. We invite you to join us for all or part of this incredible journey.

Stage 3 begins in Aberfeldy following the Tay on the Rob Roy way passed the rapids of Grandtully, over the moors to Pitlochry and then upstream by the River Garry to Blair Atholl. From here things become a little wilder and we will be spending 3 days and 2 nights backpacking through the Cairngorms to reach Kingussie and the end of the stage.

Glencoe & The Buachailles

The famous scene that greets travellers arriving in Glen Coe from across Rannoch Moor, whether on foot or by car, is the towering Buachaille Etive Mòr . The most photographed mountain in Scotland guards the entrance to Glen Coe itself and is a playground for climbers and walkers alike. The Clachaig Inn, a favourite haunt of hillwalkers and climbers, at the heart of Glen Coe will be our base as we attempt to summit the Munros of the "Big" and the "Wee Buachaille". Despite Buachaille translating as "herdsman", rather than herd we will aim to guide, encourage and support you to complete the challenge of bagging these 4 Munros.

We provide you with a qualified Mountain Leader, who will guide you to the rocky tops of these magnificent mountains. We can also organise your accommodation so all you need to do is concentrate on the walk itself.

Descending Lochnagar

Lochnagar & Upper Deeside

Based in Braemar in the north-east Scotland we will explore the mountains and glens of the eastern Cairngorms. This hillwalking holiday will give you a chance to bag a few Munros, explore ancient Scots Pine woodland, and walk in the footsteps of royalty. With accommodation taken care of and the guiding in the hands of one our excellent UK Mountain Leaders, you can just relax and enjoy the walking.

View of Loch Lomond from conic hill on the West Highland Way footpath

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is home to wonderful walking opportunities and over the course of this 5 night walking holiday we will explore the hills, mountains, woodlands and lochs of this stunningly beautiful part of Scotland. We provide you with a qualified Mountain Leader, who will guide you through the landscape. We also organise your accommodation so all you need to do is concentrate on the walking itself.

Suilven ridge

Assynt & Sutherland: The Far North West

In the far north west of Scotland lies some of its most wonderful hills, mountains and scenery. This hillwalking holiday will give you a chance to explore the Munros, Corbetts and the coastline of this unique landscape. Based in the tiny coastal village of Scourie we will travel each day to take on some of the best hillwalking Scotland has to offer.

old railway river tay

Scottish National Trail: Stage 2

At nearly 540 miles the Scottish National Trail is no small undertaking. From the foothills of the Cheviot in Kirk Yetholm to the wild Cape Wrath, the North-West tip of Scotland, this long-distance trail truly has it all. Over the next 3 summers (2022-2024) we will be walking the length of Scotland in 6 stages. We invite you to join us for all or part of this incredible journey.

Stage 2 begins where we finished Stage 1 in the spring, in Ratho. From here we will be following the Union Canal, the John Muir Trail, a short section of the West Highland Way, and part of the Rob Roy Way to arrive in Aberfeldy after 7 days of varied walking.