6 Scottish Treks to Embrace Your Inner Adventurer
March 31, 2016
Bag some Munros, pretend you’re a distiller, or just take in the views on these Highlands journeys.
West Highland Way
Challenge yourself over 12 days and 95 miles, crossing the woodlands, moorlands, and mountains of Western Scotland. The long days on foot are rewarded with a good night’s rest at local inns.
You’ll explore the Knoydart Peninsula’s mountain passes and Small Isles on this 42-mile, eight- day guided hike, which includes sampling some of Scotland’s finest cuisine at a boat-in lodge.
Cairngorms National Park
Over seven days, you’ll find the food, estate visits, and distillery tours and tastings just as spectacular as the daily hikes, which include Culloden Moor and Cairngorms National Park.
Options on the seven-day itinerary include stops at great bird-watching spots, an afternoon in a 5,000-year-old village, and bagging the summit of 2,760-foot Ben Vrackie.
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