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Walking in Scotland

See Scotland at your own pace on a self-guided walking holiday. The scenery here is renowned worldwide for its breath-taking beauty. Far-reaching panoramas encompass magnificent mountain views, rolling heather-clad hills, and sparkling lochs within remote glens. Scotland's rugged coastline promises some of the greatest walking in the UK, too, overlooking not just the sea but a host of magical islands.

With the country's rich wildlife and turbulent history, there's so much here to attract walkers of all abilities and interests. Brimming with a hearty mixture of industrial and cultural history, Scotland has plenty to offer those keen to explore the country's past, in particular its unrivalled contribution to today's whisky production. We highly recommend dropping in for a dram at one of the many distilleries along trails like the Speyside Way.

The most iconic walking trail in Scotland is arguably the West Highland Way, which boasts fine examples of the very best Scottish scenery. However we do offer a vast array of other Scottish trails for those interested in discovering everything from dramatic coastlines to mountain-top vistas. Select a trail below to find out more.