Self Guided Walking Holidays
Discover Scotland with EasyWays on one of our Self-Guided Walking Tours. Make your choice from our selection of traditional highland hills and glens or coastal pathways with the assurance that your accommodation and baggage transfer will be expertly managed throughout.
The West Highland Way is Scotland’s most popular long-distance walking route, linking the Central Lowlands with the Highlands on a spectacular journey through farmland, beside lochs, across moors, through glens and over mountains.
A magnificent circular walk, discovering the rugged mountains, granite peaks and deep glens of the north of the island, and the more gentle, low-lying farmland, woodland and moorland of the south.
An easy to moderate, fully way-marked, circular walk, named after the marauding bands of cattle thieves who used these paths in bygone days. The Cateran Trail offers fast flowing rivers, hill paths, forested ways and over-rich fertile farmland.
Experience Arran, Islay, Jura and Gigha along with parts of the Kintyre and Argyll Peninsulas in a combination of tour options that provide something for everyone. Begin in Arran and end in Islay.
Pass through a pleasant mix of farmland, woods and moors on one of our shorter routes that can be comfortably completed over a weekend or combine with other walks along the Moray Way for a longer walk.
This route will take you through some of Scotland’s most beautiful and unspoiled scenery, through Highland glens and along the shores of rivers and lochs, to reach the mighty Cairngorm Mountains at Aviemore.
Dramatic cliffs and caves, rocky seashores, miles of sandy beaches, numerous lovely fishing villages with quaint harbours, ancient castles and stunning sea views across the Firth of Forth to the Pentland Hills, Edinburgh, Bass Rock and the Isle of May.
Cross the landscape of lochs, hills and forests, with glorious views over Loch Ness on one of Scotland’s most popular long-distance walking routes, that stretches from Fort William, at the foot of the mighty Ben Nevis to the highland capital of Inverness.
Hadrian’s Wall Path follows the line of the historic Roman wall that divided England and Scotland almost 2000 years ago. Discover a fascinating combination of ancient history and the flora and fauna of the wild Northumberland landscape, with overnight stops in the comfort of traditional villages.
An exciting trek through the world-famous Isle of Skye over a route that is truly spectacular, involving a rich blend of coastal walking and trekking through the famous Cuillin Mountains. Our popular package takes you to the best parts of this magical island, and offers you a variety of routes.
Pass through a variety of landscapes, taking in tiny fishing villages, extensive conifer forests, stretches of fine coastline, open hills and moors. The narrow peninsula means that the sea is never far away.
Take in the wonderful landscapes of Argyll, passing by forests and glens, waterfalls and sea-lochs and the distinctive Cobbler Mountain. Step into history, visiting the ruined 15th century Asgog Castle
or the Strachur Smiddy museum.
Explore the remote, sparsely-populated, far north coast of Scotland, enjoying spectacular cliff-top views, puffin bird colonies and the lighthouse at Cape Wrath with an optional day trip by ferry to the Orkney Islands to discover its rich Viking Heritage.
Discover many of the places linked to Rob Roy MacGregor, the legendary Scottish outlaw of the early 1700s on this beautiful and historic route along woodland paths passing by the lovely waters of Lochs Venachar, Lubnaig, Earn and Tay.
An inspiring walk exploring the peaceful, undiscovered, southern shore of the famous loch, beginning on the outskirts of the Highland capital of Inverness and ending in historic Fort Augustus.
Follow the winding River Spey on old railway tracks, forest trails and cross farmland to reach the Cairngorm Mountains and the Highland Resort of Aviemore. Along the way there are many attractive villages, whisky distilleries, including Aberlour and Craigellachie.
Discover the Border Country in the south of Scotland, where those with an interest in history and culture coupled with a love of the countryside, its flora and fauna, will enjoy a heart-warming and invigorating experience.
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