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Mary Queen of Scots Way

Mary Queen of Scots Way

A walk across Scotland from Loch Lomond to the North Sea through the Trossachs and Lomond Hills.

4 to 10 nights
41-104 miles
Moderate to Demanding / Strenuous

From £380 per person

About the trail

The Mary Queen of Scots Way crosses Scotland via the landscapes once frequented by Mary Queen of Scots. Beginning in Inversnaid and ending in St Andrews, this trail enjoys lochside views and historic settings throughout.

The walk features quiet lochs, imposing mountains, rocky outcrops and heathery slopes, along with impressive waterfalls and forests filled with colour. The many castles, hill forts and priories along the route bring Scottish history to life, while the old towns, villages, bridges and aqueducts tell the story of the region’s industrial development. Overall, the Mary Queen of Scots Way has plenty to see and discover, making this an enticing walking adventure.

Watch the Short Film:

"Castle Campbell" by Tim Nelson (2019)
"Between Glenfarg and Falklans" by Tim Nelson (2019)
"Lochan Allt a Chip" by Tim Nelson (2019)
"Archie on the Way up Dumyat" by Tim Nelson (2019)
"Between Aberfoyle and Callander" by Tim Nelson (2019)
"Outside of Cupar" by Tim Nelson (2019)
"Local Oyster at St Andrews" by Tim Nelson (2019)
"Massive Aqueduct" by Malfrid Grimstvedt (2019)
"Gleann Gaoithe" by Malfrid Grimstvedt (2019)
"Between Callander and Doune" by Malfrid Grimstvedt (2019)
"Glendevon" by Barbara Milne-Redhead (2018)
"Dumyat Summit" by Barbara Milne-Redhead (2018)
"Dollar Burn" by Barbara Milne-Redhead (2018)
"Cocksburn Reservoir" by Barbara Milne-Redhead (2018)
"New Track on Dumyat" by Barbara Milne-Redhead (2018)