Of course you have to enjoy walking and all the benefits that come with it to go on a walking holiday. But if you think it’s all about the walking, think again!
Whether you choose a popular route like the West Highland Way or a remote route, such as the North Highland Way, whether you travel by yourself or in a group, it’s worth considering everything that you want to get out of your holiday, to help you make your ideal choice.
view of mountain on a walking holiday

So, what are the other benefits of a walking holiday in Scotland?

Over the years, our customers have discovered many benefits of choosing Walking Holidays in Scotland:

  • Scenery
  • Fresh air
  • Remoteness
  • Spending time with friends or family and getting to know them better
  • Meeting new people
  • Warm, friendly welcome in the B&Bs
  • Traditional Scottish dinners, well-earned after a day of fresh air and exercise
  • The whisky!
  • Being active
  • Time to yourself
  • Peace and quiet
  • Satisfaction when a plan comes together
  • Setting yourself a challenge
  • Sense of achievement at the end of the walk
  • Visiting parts of Scotland you haven’t seen before
  • Getting a different perspective on places you’d visited by car
  • Long days, with up to 20 hours daylight in early summer
  • The weather
  • Seeing wildlife in its natural environment and close up
  • The chance to possibly see the infamous Loch Ness Monster!

So, what are you waiting for?

EasyWays offer walking holidays in Scotland to seasoned walkers and people who are just discovering the joy of walking holidays. We have packages to suit everybody’s needs and we can help you plan a trip that will be unforgettable to you and your travelling buddies!
Interested in learning more about the our walking holidays in Scotland? Look at our last post!
We’re also happy to answer any nervous questions that new travellers may ask!
Contact Easyways to book your walking holiday in Scotland today.