Country: Scotland

https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Scotland's National Forest Estate covers nearly 9% of Scotland and comprises forests, woodland and open ground. It's a national treasure and it's our privilege to be looking after it.'

Walks described here by

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/

Category:Scotland
Navigate the Website>>> The Paths
Overview

'Heritage Paths are old routes that have been used for a specific purpose, examples include: Roman roads | Drove roads | Pilgrimage routes | Miners’ paths | Trading paths | Military roads | Turnpike roads | Shieling paths. There are many more types of path out there - a heritage path that you know of could have an entirely unique history and could be in a group of its own ...'

Walks described here by

https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places

Category:Scotland
Overview

'From Unst to St Abb's Head National Nature Reserve and from the islands of St Kilda and Iona to the mountains of Glencoe and Mar Lodge Estate, we look after some of Scotland's finest landscapes and wildlife ...'

Walks described here by

https://www.scotlandsgreattrails.com/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Formerly known as Long Distance Routes, Scotland's Great Trails are nationally promoted trails for people-powered journeys. Each is distinctively waymarked, largely off-road and has a range of visitor services. With each trail being at least 25 miles in length, all are suitable for multi-day journeys as well as day trips.'

Walks described here by

https://www.visitscotland.com/see-do/active/walking/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Refresh and enliven your senses in Scotland, a country perfect for walking. Whether you want a gentle stroll in the countryside among the trees and rivers, a breezy coastal stroll along sandy beaches or a walk through the wild mountain and loch scenery, Scotland has all of this in abundance.'

Walks described here by

https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Walkhighlands' misson is to encourage the enjoyment of walking through being the best information source and social network for walkers in Scotland. In doing so we also aim to help the small, local tourism businesses so vital to Scotland's rural economy through providing low-cost, highly-targetted advertising.'

Walks described here by

http://www.walkscotland.com/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Welcome to Scotland, land of the brave and fearless. It is also land for the adventurous walker, camper and intrepid explorer. www.walkscotland.com is a comprehensive list of walking tours, mountain treks and adventure spots for walking, treking and camping in Scotland's beautiful hills, trails and mountains.'

Walks described here by

https://www.nature.scot/professional-advice/safeguarding-protected-are...

Overview

'National Scenic Areas (NSAs) were designated in 1980 in recognition of their outstanding scenery. Along with Scotland’s two National Parks, they represent our nation’s finest landscapes, and are equivalent to the Areas of Outstanding Beauty (AONBs) found in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.'

https://www.nnr.scot/

Category:Nature Reserves
Overview

'Be inspired by the magic and beauty of Scotland's National Nature Reserves. These Reserves help protect an amazing range of wildlife and landscapes and each one is waiting to be discovered by you.'

https://u3asites.org.uk/scotland/home

Category:Scotland
Overview

'U3A in Scotland is an umbrella group for all U3As within Scotland, providing help and advice for new U3As, and encouraging the exchange of information and ideas between member U3As. There are currently over 7,000 members in 44 U3As in Scotland, from Shetland to the Borders, from west coast islands to east coast cities, from central belt bustle to quiet Highland towns.'

Description from

U3A Regions

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/leisure-sport-and-culture/

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromWoodhill House, Aberdeen
Overview

Includes information about Tourist Trails, Ranger Service, Country Parks, Parks and Open Spaces.

See also

Paths and Outdoor Access [Aberdeenshire Council]

https://www.walkballater.com/

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromBallater
Overview

'Caters for a wide range of walking abilities and features 18 walks throughout the Cairngorms in addition to social events.' Held Late May.

http://www.bootshillwalkers.org.uk

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromOldmeldrum
Overview

'BOOTS offers people living in the Aberdeenshire area and their friends and visitors the means of organising access to the hills in the company of others with a similar interest in hillwalking.'

https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/brodick-castle-garden-country-park

Category:Buteshire
Starting fromIsle of Arran
Overview

'The quintessential Victorian "Highland" estate, Brodick Castle, Garden & Country Park on the Isle of Arran is the perfect place for a family day out. Dramatically set against the backdrop of Goatfell mountain, the grand red sandstone Scottish baronial-style castle has stunning views over Brodick Bay to the Firth of Clyde ...'

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Nearby
Area

https://www.buteforest.org.uk/

Category:Buteshire
Starting fromBute Forest, Isle of Bute
Overview

'Bute Forest is located on the north end of the Isle of Bute. The community owned land merges with that owned by other parties and the paths, trails and interesting sites run throughout.'

Description from

Bute Community Land Company

Nearby
Area

https://www.cndoscotland.com/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Since we started C-N-Do Scotland in 1984, thousands of walkers have experienced something special on our range of Independent walking holidays & Guided walking holidays in Scotland. You say our walking guides and back up team are the best – low key but professional, fun but informative, always helping you to achieve your ambitions & beyond.'

http://visitcairngorms.com/lowhighwalking

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Walking is by far the most popular activity in the Cairngorms National Park, and probably the most varied - not just in terms of length and difficulty but also in terms of surroundings. The sheer size, scale and remoteness of the Cairngorms make them one of the most dramatic and harsh mountain environments in Britain, a challenge to even the most seasoned hillwalkers ...'

http://www.spanglefish.com/caithnesswaybaggers/

Category:Caithness
Starting fromThe Norseman Hotel, Whitechapel Road, Wick
Overview

'We are a walking group based in Caithness. Most of our walks are done in Caithness and sometimes in Sutherland. Now and again we even go further afield if we fancy doing some hills or walks which have been recommended.'

Nearby
Area

http://www.caithness.org/geography/walksincaithness/

Category:Caithness
Overview

Walking in Caithness - & Some Sutherland 'Caithness has a huge range of walking possibilities from coastal paths along spectacular cliffs or inland to see castles, brochs or pictish places.   Caithness is also one of the least developed counties in Scotland so you may often find that interesting places are not sign posted.  A map or local book of the area will be of great help ...'

Nearby
Area

https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/cardenden

Category:Fife
Size (acreage)320
Starting fromCardenden
Overview

'This wooded valley is an important link between the former mining communities of Cardenden, Dundonald and Chapel on the edge of Kirkcaldy. There's an enticing network of paths through the mixed woodland of colourful broadleaves and conifers, including an easy stroll along the Den Burn, and the wood is full of history and wildlife. Find the remains of 16th century Carden Tower high above the burn and enjoy sweeping views across to the Lomond Hills. Our guide map of Cardenden will help you explore.'

Walks described here by
Nearby
Area

http://www.walkingscotlandseries.co.uk/

Overview

'Walking Scotland is a series of books published by Clan Books and written by Mary Welsh. Christine Isherwood, artist and walking enthusiast now helps with the research and creates the detailed maps and illustrations.'

https://www.rbge.org.uk/visit/dawyck-botanic-garden/

Category:Peeblesshire
Size (acreage)65
Starting fromStobo
Overview

'A five star Garden renowned for its seasonal displays of snowdrops, bluebells, rhododendrons, azaleas, blue poppies and autumn colour. Located in the hills of the Scottish Borders, 65-acre Dawyck enjoys an almost continental climate comprising warm dry summers followed by cold, snowy winters ... Dawyck offers woodland and burnside walks, themed tree trails and visitors can follow the adventures of plant explorers such as David Douglas, after whom the Douglas fir is named.'

Nearby

https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/dean-plantation

Category:Fife
Size (acreage)200
Starting fromDean Plantation
Overview

'This long-established forest is an attractive mix of conifers and broadleaved woodland. It’s a great place for a walk or cycle, and you can get here straight from town along the West Fife Cycle Way. Come in May to see the haze of bluebells along Pitfirrane Dean burn.'

Walks described here by
See also

West Fife Way [Sustrans]

Nearby
Area

https://www.discoveringbritain.org/activities/scotland/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Scotland is full of dramatic landscapes – majestic mountains, peaceful lochs, spectacular cliffs and deserted beaches ...'

https://dunblaneramblingclub.org.uk/index.html

Starting fromDunblane
Overview

'The Club meet once a fortnight, on Sundays, and use their own cars, sharing the cost of transport ... The Stirling Hillwalking Club meets on the alternate Sunday so that if you join both clubs there's a walk each week.'

Nearby

https://www.easyways.com/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Self-guided walking holidays in Scotland ... Simply tell us what you’d like to do and we’ll take care of all bookings for your walking holiday – accommodation, door to door baggage transfers at each stage of your walk and taxi transfers if required. Our first class service is supplemented by detailed local knowledge of each route.'

http://www.ehwc.org.uk

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromEllon
Overview

'The Club was started by local families going walking together; this is reflected in the logo. Still today the walks are achievable by any reasonably fit person ...'

https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/forests-around-aberdeen

Category:Aberdeenshire
Overview

'Every city needs to breathe, and Aberdeen’s lucky to have four great forests right on the doorstep. There’s something for everyone here, whether you’re looking for a quiet green place for a run among the trees, somewhere for children to play or some exciting mountain biking'

Walks described here by

https://www.nature.scot/enjoying-outdoors/scotlands-national-nature-re...

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromForvie Visitor Centre
Overview

'From Waterside you can follow the Dune Trail to explore the Ythan estuary, the dunes and beach ... From the Visitor Centre the Heath Trail takes you round the northern section of the Reserve ... The wonderful hidden Hackley Bay makes an enjoyable short extension to either of the two way marked trails ... The routes can be combined to create a much longer route for those looking for a full day's walk.'

https://www.facebook.com/fraserburghhillwalkingclub/

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromFraserburgh
Overview

'Our members walk on a regular basis, and meet every 3rd Wednesday in the Royal British Legion, School Street, Fraserburgh at 7.30 pm, all new members are most welcome to attend. Our walks cover the whole of Scotland and their is usually a walk to suit all ages and all levels of fitness.'

https://www.scottish-places.info/

Overview

'Vast geographical encyclopaedia, featuring details of towns, villages, bens and glens from the Scottish Borders to the Northern Isles. The first comprehensive gazetteer produced for Scotland since 1885, it includes tourist attractions, industries and historical sites, together with histories of family names and clans, biographies of famous Scots and descriptions of historical events associated with Scotland.'

Description from

Bruce Gittings [University of Edinburgh] | Royal Scottish Geographical Society

http://www.arranmountainfestival.co.uk/

Category:Buteshire
Starting fromIsle of Arran
Overview

Usually held mid May.

Nearby
Area

https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/mar-lodge-estate

Category:Aberdeenshire
Size (acreage)72500
Starting fromMar Lodge
Overview

Occupies nearly 7% of the Cairngorms National Park, covers some of the most remote and scenic wild land in Scotland, including four of the five highest mountains in the UK. Within its boundaries are fine examples of classic features of a Highland landscape: remnants of the ancient Caledonian pine forest, heather moorland, juniper scrub and a part of the high Cairngorm plateau. Fifteen of the Trust's 46 Munros can be found in the Cairngorms around Mar Lodge.'

Walks described here by

https://www.ramblers.org.uk/go-walking/routes-and-places-to-walk/medal...

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Medal Routes are three short circular walking routes that start and finish at the same location. These routes are designed to take approximately 15, 30 and 60 minutes. The starting/finishing point is called a Hub. We try to pick Hubs such as a café, sports centre, library, or health centre – somewhere that you can relax after your walk with a cup of tea or continue to do another activity or hobby.'

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Ramblers (Scotland)

https://www.mountaineering.scot/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Whether you’re an elite climber, just learning the ropes at a climbing wall, or getting into hill walking and wanting to learn about safety, the MCofS is here to help you get even more from your chosen mountain activity in this great country.'

http://www.munromagic.com/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'MunroMagic.com is your resource for Munro, Corbett & Graham information. All 282 Munros, 221 Corbetts and 223 Grahams are covered in detail including descriptions, pictures, location maps, walking routes, weather reports, and many tools to help you find all the mountain information you require.'

https://www.pathsforall.org.uk/

Category:Scotland
Navigate the Website>>> Download 'Core Paths Plans: A Guide to Good Practice' (48 pp) [PDF]
Overview

'We are a partnership of organisations committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks in Scotland.'

'Since 2005 Local Authorities and National Park Authorities (Access Authorities) have been busy preparing Core Paths Plans (CPP). Under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 every Access Authority has a duty to prepare a CPP. Some plans have been completed whilst others are still going through the planning process. If you would like to know more about the process of making a plan have a look at Core Paths Plans: A Guide to Good Practice.'

https://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland.aspx

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Scotland has world-class access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe ... Ramblers Scotland is working to improve the situation'

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.2k1HK4wX.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation.

- See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

d and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

Scotland has world-class rights of access to most land and inland water, and yet our path density is one of the lowest in Europe.  We have the right to walk over most land in Scotland, as long as we do so responsibly, but compared to England and Wales we have very few paths to use, especially in lowland areas.  Ramblers Scotland is working to improve this situation. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/what-we-do/protecting-and-expanding-where-we-walk/developing-path-networks.aspx#sthash.i3eyiy1d.dpuf

https://www.goc.org.uk/groups/scotland/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'We pride ourselves in delivering a full and varied programme of events - from gentle walks to hill-walking expeditions and cycle trips. We offer both day events and weekend trips and welcome men and women, young or old, beginners or experienced.'

https://www.scottishcanals.co.uk/activities/walking-running/

Overview

'Walking along a canal path can give you a completely different view on a place, even somewhere you know well. Enjoy well maintained paths and a traffic free atmosphere, ideal whether you choose to run or walk.'

Description from

Scottish Canals

https://www.christianhillwalking.co.uk/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Formed in 1984, The Scottish Christian Hillwalking Club brings together Christian men and woman, young and old from across the country who enjoy hillwalking and fellowship amidst God’s wonderful creation. We warmly welcome non-Christians to meets and members are encouraged to bring non-Christian friends to meets thus introducing them to a Christian community.'

https://www.smc.org.uk/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'We produce the definitive Climbers' Guides to Scotland's mountains and outcrops, the authoritative guide to Munros and guides for hillwalkers and scramblers in Scotland.'

https://www.nature.scot/enjoying-outdoors/routes-explore/national-walk...

Navigate the Website>>> Project Plan [PDF]
Overview

'Scottish Government has designated the National Walking and Cycling Network (NWCN) as a national development in the latest National Planning Framework. The development of a strategic network of well-maintained long-distance paths and trails through Scotland will enhance visitor and recreation experiences for all users, as well as supporting active travel and improving health and well-being. Scottish Natural Heritage, along with Sustrans and Scottish Canals, are leading this project ...'

Description from

Scottish Natural Heritage

https://www.nature.scot/professional-advice/safeguarding-protected-are...

Overview

'Protected Areas represent the very best of Scotland's landscapes, plants and animals, rocks, fossils and landforms.  Their protection and management will help to ensure that they remain in good health for all to enjoy, both now and for future generations. They may be designated to meet the needs of international directives and treaties, national legislation and policies or more local needs and interests.'

http://www.outdooraccess-scotland.com/

Overview

'Scotland is a unique country with some of the best access rights in Europe.. You don't have to go far to explore, you just have to go out.  The great outdoors can be discovered from your doorstep ...'

https://scotlandschurchestrust.org.uk/pilgrim-journeys/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Brings together the travels of Scotland's Celtic Saints and Medieval traditions of pilgrimage with modern faith journeys. In time a network of Pilgrim Journeys will crisscross the whole of Scotland, encompassing many local routes and sites.'

Description from

Scotland's Churches Trust

https://www.scotways.com/

Overview

'Safeguarding public access in Scotland since 1845.' Also, access to details of the Scottish Heritage Paths Project.

https://www.spiceuk.com/group/Scotland.aspx

Category:Scotland
Overview

'We are the social activity group for ordinary people who want to do extraordinary things! Our membership group is nationwide with hundreds of local varied events every month plus an international holiday programme so you're sure to meet new people, make friends and have fun by doing some great activities ...'

https://www.standrewsbotanic.org/

Category:Fife
Size (acreage)18
Starting fromSt Andrews Botanic Garden
Overview

'Stroll along peaceful paths under the canopies of towering trees and take in the attractive herbaceous displays, water features, the rock garden and woodland. The glasshouses contain plants which would not otherwise flourish in the St. Andrews climate. These include plants from warmer regions such as South East Asia. Whatever the weather or season, there are always plants in flower and attractive foliage to be admired both in the glasshouses and outdoors.'

Description from

The Friends of St Andrews Botanic Garden

Nearby
Area

http://www.stirlinghillwalkingclub.org.uk/

Starting fromStirling
Overview

'We are an independent club with approximately 50 members. The Club members meet every second Sunday in Stirling and travel to the start of the walks in cars. The winter programme tends to have low level walks within easy travelling distance. In summer we go further afield and have more challenging hill walks. New members are always welcome and we encourage people to come out and give us a try before deciding to join.'

Nearby

http://stepchangescot.scot/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'The National Walking Strategy outlines our vision of a Scotland where everyone benefits from walking. It contains recommendations from a working group to create a walking culture.'

Description from

The Scottish Government.

https://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/aberdeen-city-shire/

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromCity of Aberdeen Railway Station
Overview

'From magnificent mountains in the Cairngorms National Park to beautiful beaches and coastlines, Aberdeen City and Shire is a vast area just waiting to be discovered. Lace up your hiking boots and explore the stunning region on foot, from its jaw-dropping scenery, wonderful wildlife and fascinating history.'

Walks described here by

https://www.walkacrossscotland.co.uk/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Walk Across Scotland is a new and exciting Scottish walking holiday organiser, specialising in independent, self-guided walking holidays across our country’s most beautiful and awe inspiring landscapes.'

https://www.walkaboutscotland.com/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Friendly, guided, small group walking holidays.'

https://www.walkingsupport.co.uk/

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Providing long distance walkers with a personalised, quality and comprehensive service for self led and guided walks.'

http://www.walkingenglishman.com/scotland05.html

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromGlen Nevis Visitor Centre
Overview

'Be prepared is a very sensible approach to life so I would not suggest anyone attempting this walk without careful planning but even with the top in cloud and a section of the path covered in snow it was impossible to get lost ...'

Walks described here by
Area

http://www.newtonmore.com/things-to-do/immediate-vicinity/walking/the-...

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromDalraddy, Kincraig
Overview

'From Dalraddy to Ruthven near Kingussie, the Badenoch Way winds through native woodland offering magnificent views of Highland glens, mountains, and rivers, with diverse wildlife abundant, including red squirrel, osprey, swans & deer.'

Area

https://www.balmoralcastle.com/walks.htm

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromCrathie
Overview

'When Balmoral is open to the Public the Ranger Service are pleased to offer a series of guided walks. Each Wednesday afternoon during April, May, June and July they provide a guided woodland walk, which starts from the Carriage Hall Exhibition at 2.00 p.m.'

Description from

Balmoral Estates

https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/borders/berwickshire-coastal-path.shtm...

Category:Berwickshire
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromCockburnspath
Overview

'Stretching for some 48km from Cockburnspath in the north down to the English Border and Berwick-upon-Tweed, the Berwickshire Coastal Path provides some superb walking. The northern end of the route links up with the Southern Upland Way, whilst the John Muir Way which continues round the coastline of East Lothian is accessible via a short link.'

Description from

Walkhighlands

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borders_Abbeys_Way

Category:Roxburghshire
Distance (miles)65
Starting fromKelso
Overview

'Circular walk in the heart of the Scottish Borders, full of attractive countryside passing by four 12th Century Abbeys and through several Border Towns.'

Walks described here by

http://braemarscotland.co.uk/footer/walks/

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromBraemar
Overview

'Six Walks you should do while in Braemar ... '

Description from

Visit Braemar

https://capewrathtrailguide.org/

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)249
Starting fromBanavie, Fort William
Overview

'This website has been developed as a resource for people planning an expedition on the Cape Wrath Trail in Scotland. It supports a new guidebook to the route which will be published by Cicerone.'

Description from

Iain Harper

See also

The Cape Wrath Trail [Walkhighlands]

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=35

Category:Aberdeenshire
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromSpittal of Glenmuick
Overview

'This old route is marked as "Mounth Capell" on the Gough Map, which has been dated to between 1355 and 1366. This would have been a very convenient pass between Glen Muick and the Braes of Angus and may have been a good deal used in the days when the district was more populated.'

Walks described here by

http://www.focrt.org/ccp/

Category:Coastal Walks
Distance (miles)36
Starting fromThe Kelly Burn (between Wemyss Bay and Skelmorlie)
Overview

'Fills the 55 km gap between the top of the Ayrshire Coastal Path and the West Highland Way It is an essential link in the International Appalachian Trail (Scotland) which traverses the entire western seaboard of Scotland from the Mull of Galloway to Cape Wrath.'

https://www.southlanarkshire.gov.uk/downloads/download/258/clyde_walkw...

Category:City of Glasgow
Distance (miles)40
Starting fromPartick Railway Station
Overview

'Takes you on a 65km/40 mile journey, Glasgow City Centre to the World Heritage Site of New Lanark, passing through spectacular scenery and many interesting and important sites which offer insights into the rich cultural, natural and industrial heritage of the Clyde Valley'

Description from

South Lanarkshire Council

Walks described here by
See also

Clyde Walkway [Wikipedia]

https://coigach.com/see-and-do/the-coigach-geotrail/

Distance (miles)45
Starting fromDrumrunie
Overview

'Discover the oldest rocks in Britain, fossils of early life and evidence of a massive asteroid impact. Learn about Coigach’s journey across the planet in the last 3 billion years and how it has been shaped in deserts, floods and under ice. The trail takes you on a series of geological excursions around the peninsula and visits spectacular coastline, beaches and hills with commanding views of the Summer Isles and the mountains of Coigach and Assynt.'

https://www.highland.gov.uk/info/379/countryside_facilities_and_wildli...

Category:Highland
Overview

'The key paths in our area are called Core Paths, and give the public reasonable access throughout the area. The Paths cater for all types of users, for example walkers, cyclists, horse riders, canoeists, people with disabilities.'

Description from

The Highland Council

Area

https://www.davaway.org.uk/

Category:Morayshire
Distance (miles)24
Starting fromForres
Overview

'Links the historic towns of Forres and Grantown-on-Spey. The total distance from the centres is 24 miles (38km), of which 22 miles (35 km) are in open countryside. Almost all of the route follows the old Highland Railway line and is off road and safe from traffic ... On a clear day as you cross Dava moor you are rewarded with views to the north over the shire counties of Nairn, Inverness, Moray, Ross & Cromarty, and Sutherland whilst to the south the Cromdale Hills and the Cairngorm Mountains dominate the skyline.'

Description from

The Dava Way Association

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=77

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)17
Starting fromFort Augustus
Overview

Military Road/Drove Road between Tomich and Jenkins Park.

Walks described here by

https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/borders/dun-rig.shtml

Category:Peeblesshire
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromGlen Road end, Peebles
Overview

'A fantastic hill walk from Peebles, taking in the four peaks surrounding Glensax with extensive views in all directions. Peat bogs in places.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/paths-and-outdoor-access/local-path-n...

Category:Aberdeenshire
Distance (miles)4
Starting fromEllon
Overview

'The fast-growing town of Ellon now has its own circular walk enabling visitors and residents to appreciate the town's unrivalled setting by the banks of the Ythan.'

Description from

Aberdeenshire Council

https://fifecoastandcountrysidetrust.co.uk/walks/fife-pilgrim-way/

Category:Fife
Distance (miles)55
Starting fromCulross
Overview

‘For 400 years, St Andrews was one of the main pilgrimage destinations in Medieval Europe ... The Fife Pilgrim Way follows one of the routes taken by countless pilgrims to Scotland’s holy hot-spot.’

Nearby
Area

http://www.5degreeswest.co.uk/

Category:Argyllshire
Distance (miles)220
Starting fromToward, Dunoon
Overview

'The five degree west line of longitude runs from the southern tip of the Cowal Peninsula to Cape Wrath and traverses some of the finest walking terrain in Scotland. The route described here was pioneered by the author in 2004 and attempts to follow the five degree line as closely as possible from south to north. It represents one of the most challenging long distance walks in Britain.'

Description from

Bill Jack

Nearby

https://www.scotborders.gov.uk/directory_record/7459/paths_around_gala...

Category:Selkirkshire
Distance (miles)16
Starting fromGala Policies, Galashiels
Overview

The twelfth (and longest) of 12 Routes :'Galashiels lies in the central area of the region next to the historic town of Melrose. The town was built up around the Gala Water. The routes follow varied terrain from riverside to open hill and follow a section of the Southern Upland Way.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/galloway-kite-trail-p582081

Distance (miles)24
Starting fromCrossmichael
Overview

'An exciting nature watching opportunity to view spectacular red kites in lovely scenery is now attracting the attention of walkers, cyclists, wildlife lovers and birdwatchers in Dumfries and Galloway and from much further afield.' ALERT Original Website referenced here inaccessible at Review.

Walks described here by

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=39

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)9
Starting fromCoylumbridge
Overview

'This route is only suitable for those with some hillwalking experience, particularly in winter and spring when the hills are snow-covered. On a dry summer day, however, it should present no problems.’

Walks described here by
Area

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Way

Category:Aberdeenshire
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromBennachie, near Inverurie
Overview

'This challenging long distance route runs from the Bennachie Centre to Suie in the west. Allow a day to complete the full trail.'

Walks described here by
See also

The Gordon Way [Aberdeenshire Council]

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=1

Category:East Lothian
Distance (miles)28
Starting fromDunbar
Overview

'Used in the 18th and 19th centuries when the herring industry was strong.  It was used by people bringing home a stock of salted herring for winter use and also by fishwives carrying huge creels of herring from Dunbar to the markets in Lauder ... Gradually the speed and ease of the railway lines left little need for people to carry huge weights of fish over this high pass and it fell out of use.  It is probably a long time since a herring has passed by this way. Another historic route similarly used for the trade in fish is the Buckie Fishwives Path, Moray.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://www.stevenfallon.co.uk/hill-routes.html

Category:Scotland
Overview

'Scotland's hills are grouped here into Regions to enable you to find something in the area that you're visiting ...'

Description from

Steven Fallon

https://inverclyderamblers.org.uk/coastal-path/

Category:Inverclyde
Distance (miles)20
Starting fromPort Glasgow
Overview

'Provides delightful scenic walks, with views across the Clyde to the Dumbartonshire hills, the Argyllshire hills and the Highlands. It offers around 20 miles of easy walking, with a mixture of rural paths and urban promenades.'

Description from

Inverclyde Ramblers

Nearby

https://morayways.org.uk/114.html

Distance (miles)13
Starting fromDufftown
Overview

'Refresh your spirits with a walk or cycle along the Isla Way, a new 13 mile route, which links the two famous distillery towns of Dufftown and Keith ... Use the Keith & Dufftown Railway (KDR) from any of its three stations and walk or cycle the trail back to your starting point.'

Description from

Morayways

Nearby

http://www.coastalway.co.uk/

Category:Buteshire
Distance (miles)62
Starting fromBrodick, Isle of Arran
Overview

'Provides both low level walks and continuous walking around the coast of Arran. Walkers can now use a route around Arran's coastline in all weather conditions, that passes through most of the villages on the island.'

Description from

Arran Access Trust

Nearby
Area

https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/glasgow/kelvin-walkway.shtml

Distance (miles)11
Starting fromMilngavie
Overview

'Extends the West Highland Way south to the centre of Glasgow, from Milngavie to Glasgow Heliport on the north bank of the River Clyde, where it can be linked to the longer Clyde Walkway that continues south from the city. The route follows, as much as possible, the three rivers of the Allander, Kelvin and Clyde, to form a "green link" from the bustling city to the countryside.'

Walks described here by
See also

Kelvin Walkway [ScotCities.com]

https://trossachs.co.uk/cycling/sculpture-trail/

Category:Stirling
Distance (miles)16
Starting fromLoch Ard
Overview

'The Loch Ard Family Sculpture Trail in the heart of The Trossachs passes through a wide variety of terrain and past many impressive sights, passing Loch Ard, Loch Chon, the Duchray Water and Kelty Water. 16 miles longs it is a great routes for cyclists, walkers & horse riders ... '

Description from

Trossachs.co.uk

See also

Loch Ard [Forestry Commission Scotland]

Nearby

https://www.highlifehighland.com/rangers/outdoor-access-highlands/

Category:Highland
Overview

Access to some details of a range of 'long distance trails in the Highlands'.

Description from

High Life Highland Rangers

Area

http://www.walkscotland.com/minigaig.htm

Category:Perthshire
Distance (miles)29
Starting fromBlair Atholl
Overview

'Was built towards the end of the 16th century and replaced an earlier route called Comyn's Road, constructed by David Comyn, Lord of Badenoch. Although there are few precise facts about when the latter was laid, the route was certainly in use during the 16th century. The story goes that Comyn created his link between Blair Atholl and Kingussie to transport a particularly fine ale from an inn near the Perthshire village to his Badenoch home ...'

Walks described here by
See also

The Minigaig [Heritage Paths]

Nearby

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=27

Category:Sutherland
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromLoch Hope, South End
Overview

'Sadly we have no survey of the whole of this route. However, it has been reported to us that access is dissuaded by a painted notice on the gateposts at the Kinloch Lodge road end. Although this is the line of the Moine Path right of way, a suggested alternative is to use the estate track that lies 400m further north along the public road. This passes the derelict Kinloch House and joins the Moine Path at NC551525. Any recent survey of this right of way would be very welcome indeed ...'

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://www.morayways.org.uk/moray-coast-trail.asp.html

Category:Morayshire
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromForres
Overview

'The coastline and settlements of Moray are linked by a waymarked coastal trail of approximately 50 miles from Forres to Findhorn, Cullen and all the places between.'

Description from

Morayways

Walks described here by
Nearby
Area

https://morayfirth-partnership.org/

Category:Caithness
Starting fromJohn O'Groats
Overview

A part of the (rather elusive) North Sea Trail, between John O'Groats and Cullen: 'The trail is not a continuous route, but a network of paths and trails. These avoid main roads, and feature some of the most interesting and scenic sections of the coast.' ALERT Unfortunately, a Moray Firth Trail Website and a Page Turning e-Brochure originally referenced on the Website no longer seem accessible; nor now a 32-page PDF Leaflet.  But the Moray Firth Partnership itself continues to be active.

Description from

The Moray Firth Partnership

Nearby
Area

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=36

Category:Aberdeenshire
Distance (miles)23
Starting fromBallater
Overview

Drove road from the Bridge of Muick outside Ballater to to the end of the public road at Invermark, 5km from Tarfside: 'Queen Victoria and Prince Albert crossed by Mount Keen in 1861. A well commemorates the spot where they rested after riding from Deeside, and it bears the following couplet: "Rest, Traveller, on this lonely green, and drink, and pray for Scotland's Queen"''

Walks described here by

https://www.mullofgallowaytrail.co.uk/

Category:Wigtownshire
Distance (miles)37
Starting fromMull of Galloway
Overview

'Runs from the Mull to Stranraer and continues north as the Loch Ryan Coastal Path for a total distance of 35 miles to Glenapp in South Ayrshire where it links with the Ayrshire Coastal Path.'

Description from

Rotary Club of Stranraer

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.northhighland-way.com/

Distance (miles)150
Starting fromDuncansby Head
Overview

‘The North Highland Way (Scottish Gaelic: A Tuath na Gàidhealtachd dòigh) is a 241 kilometres (150 mi) hiking trail under development in Scotland. It starts from Duncansby Head on the North East coast to Cape Wrath in the North West of Scotland's coast. The North Highland Way connects the Cape Wrath Trail (which opened in January, 2013) in the west with the Moray Firth trail in the east. The North Coast 500 is a driving route, which follows a similar line to the North Highland Way.’

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://www.midlothian.gov.uk/directory_record/4917935/pentland_hills_...

Category:Midlothian
Navigate the Website>>> Walk 7: Pentland Peaks [PDF]
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromPentland Hills Regional Park Visitor Centre, Flotterstone
Overview

'This is a challenging route in the Midlothian hills surrounding the south of Edinburgh City and is easily accessible from the City itself. It includes the highest and finest of the hills in the Pentlands including Carnethy Hill, East Kip and West Kip.' Note that the Link had to be changed at the time of Review with the loss of the specific walk description.

Nearby

https://eastayrshireleisure.com/index.php?a=landing&id=3&sid=38&mid=12...

Category:East Ayrshire
Distance (miles)44
Starting fromGlenbuck Loch
Overview

'East Ayrshire ... just waiting to be enjoyed! Experience Ayrshire’s most varied and beautiful countryside, enjoy relaxing accommodation, welcoming pubs and award winning restaurants.' ALERT Website Link changed from original.

Description from

East Ayrshire Leisure

Walks described here by
Area

http://www.royal-deeside.org.uk/

Category:Aberdeenshire
Starting fromRoyal Deeside
Overview

'Royal Deeside is a walker's paradise. A full description of all the walks on offer would require a substantial document. Numerous books are available and the Upper Deeside Access Trust (UDAT) [now evolved into the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland] publishes very attractive maps detailing some of the easier walks and cycle rides that start at Braemar and Ballater.'

http://www.scottishsport.co.uk/walking/

Category:Scotland
Overview

ScottishSport 'provides practical sports information to amateur sports people (read that as "for normal folk who do a bit of sport"), whether residents of Scotland or visitors to the country. The website is run using our own resources with the income from clubs and organisations featured on the site ensuring that the site is financially viable ... We are not Sport Scotland, the official Government body for Sport in Scotland'.

Description from

ScottishSport

http://www.explore-inverness.com/what-to-do/outdoors/south-loch-ness-w...

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)28
Starting fromLoch Tarff, near Fort Augustus
Overview

'The trail stretches for approximately 28 miles between Loch Tarff near Fort Augustus to Torbreck on the edge of Inverness via Whitebridge, Foyers, Inverfarigaig and Dores.'

Description from

Explore Inverness

http://www.southofscotlandcountrysidetrails.co.uk/

Overview

'A 350km network of routes developed specifically for horse-riders and walkers, linked to quality assured horse and rider accommodation ... SOSCT routes are clearly waymarked, most of the gates are easy to open (for riders that means without dismounting), and the drainage and other improvements which have been undertaken throughout allow you to walk or ride these routes with confidence that you won’t get stuck in a bog or have to turn back when you find your way blocked.'

Description from

The British Horse Society

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=4

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)25
Starting fromTomich
Overview

'This is the original route through Glen Affric which fell into disuse when the present public road on the north side of the River Affric through Chisholm's Pass was made in the 19th century. It is shown on Roy's map of 1755 as Road from Kintail to Inverness ...

'The original route on the south side of Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin is now very difficult to pass due to forestry. Some intrepid surveyors have managed to hack their way through and poles were placed along the route some years ago, but these are unlikely to be easy to find.  However it is a great shame that the whole of this path is ignored for the difficulty in passing a relatively short stretch.  The views are apparently far better than those of the shoreside path.'

Walks described here by

http://www.heritagepaths.co.uk/pathdetails.php?path=76

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromInchvuilt
Overview

'This route from Strathfarrar via Glen Cannich to Strathglass is known to be part of the long distance drove route from Poolewe and Wester Ross to the Corrieyairack Pass and beyond.'

Walks described here by

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