Welcome to Hooked on Walking Holidays our self guided walking holidays in Scotland. Our Scottish hiking vacations are located throughout Scotland. Our trekking tours are along several way marked trails, The West Highland Way, Roy Roy Way, Cateran Trial, The Great Glen Way and also a wonderful hiking tour around the Scottish islands.
Rob Roy Way - 7 nights, level 2-3
The Rob Roy way starts in Drymen in the Trossachs National Park and heads east into Highland Perthshire and finishes in Pitlochry. It is approx. 120km long walking trail. Rob Roy himself is buried only a few miles from the route and a short detour can be taken to his small grave in a tiny church graveyard.
The Cateran Train - 6 nights, level 2-3
Starting and finishing in the highland town of Blairgowrie is the 64 miles (103km) Cateran Trail. The trail was named after the 15th-17th century cattle rustlers and follows paths through hills, farmlands and Glens.
Island Trek- 7 nights, level 2
The walking tour allows you to explore on foot the Isles of Arran, Island of Jura and Island of Islay. Indeed many say the Unique Islands of Scotland are one of its assets with nature at its best. Of course Islay is also Scotland’s whisky island where you shall find many a top distillery, such as Bunnahahain, bruichladdich, Laphroaic, Ardbeg and Bowmore to name a few.
West Highland Way - 8 nights, level 3 (4 and 5 night options available)
The first long distance walking trail in Scotland was the West Highland Way which opened in the 1960’s. Now people come from all over the world to trek the iconic trail. From Milngavie on the outskirts of Glasgow to Fort William in the Highlands the trail passes Loch Lomond one of its great Lakes and remote moorlands on its journey north.
Walking Holiday along the Great Glen Way 7 nights, level 2-3
The Great Glen runs from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east. It follows the unique path passing three of Scotland iconic landmarks, the Caledonian Canal, Loch Ness and Castle Urquhart.
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