Group Guided Walking Holidays

Join one of our Guided Tours to discover the more remote parts of Scotland.  With a choice of fixed date departures to locations such as Shetland, The Outer Hebrides and Cape Wrath and EasyWays Guided Tour provides the opportunity to walk in some of the more iconic locations in Scotland as part of a small group of like-minded travellers.

 

Cape Wrath South

Very achievable, definitely adventurous, continuous trek, from Fort William in the heart of the Highlands, to Ullapool, ~130 miles into this 225 miles route; fascinating wild landscapes and ever changing vistas in 10 one day stages. There’s no need to stay in tents or bothies, or to carry heavy kit; daily support is provided. It’s hard to believe there is so much wild, untamed terrain in the UK.

Cape Wrath North

The northern section of this very achievable, definitely adventurous, continuous trek covers the ~90 miles Ullapool to Cape Wrath portion. There is no need to stay in tents or bothies, or to carry heavy kit; daily support is provided. It forms a great stand-alone tour, and it’s hard to believe there is so much wild, untamed terrain in the UK.

Cape Wrath Full Tour

Adventurous & continuous trek from Fort William to Cape Wrath, the north west tip of the UK mainland; about 225 miles of fascinating wild landscapes and ever changing vistas. It’s hard to believe there is so much wild, untamed terrain in the UK.

Road to the Isles

Our Road to the Isles guided walking tour from Rannoch to the Isle of Skye; great selection of wilderness treks giving an insight into the cattle droving days of old. Awesome Scottish landscapes and wildlife galore.

Shetland

It’s wild, it’s wonderful, it’s fascinating. Island hopping at its best.

There’s a terrific mixture of dramatic scenery but with plenty of quiet corners; thousands of sea birds and yet the time to watch just one.

Outer Hebrides

From the Butt of Lewis to Vatersay, we explore the islands and experience a fascinating way of life. Starting by staying in a traditional thatched cottage sets the scene to enjoy beaches to die for, wide Hebridean skies, tweed making and Gaelic, history at every turn, a sense of space and time for reflection.

The Skye Trail

The Isle of Skye or ‘winged island’ with its 300 miles coast line, is one of those places that inspires with its at times savage natural beauty, its history and wildlife. Also known as the Misty Island (Eilean a’ Cheò), its pervading Gaelic culture gives a character that is quite different. The whole combination draws one back again and again.

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