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Scotland is a long established destination for the outdoor enthusiast, most likely due to its wonderfully varied landscapes, from mountains to beaches, each as beautiful as the next.
We publish walking guidebooks for most parts of the country, from the Far West to The Border Country, Torridon to The Galloway Hills. We also have titles for many long distance walking trails in Scotland, including The West Highland Way, The Great Glen Way, and The Cape Wrath Trail. So if you plan to be out for a week, or just an afternoon, you’re certain to be spoilt for choice.
Likewise, if peak-bagging is your thing then you really need look no further. With Munros and Corbetts, as well as Ben Nevis and Glen Coe Scotland really is heaven for hillwalkers. And for the budding mountaineer, Winter Climbs in the Cairngorms and Ben Nevis and Glen Coe are also fantastic winter activities.
Scotland is also the place for island-hopping. The Isles of Mull, Skye, Arran, Harris and Lewis, to name a few, are all packed with walking opportunities that don’t require a head for heights.
www.scotways.com (Scottish rights of way and access society)
www.mcofs.org.uk (Mountaineering Council of Scotland)
www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland (Ramblers Association in Scotland)
www.bdhc.org.uk (Blairgowrie & District Hillwalking Club)
www.greatglenway.com (Information about this long distance trail)
www.west-highland-way.co.uk (Information about this long distance trail)
www.sais.gov.uk (Scottish Avalanche Information Service)
www.forestry.gov.uk/scotland (Forestry Commission)
www.outdooraccess-scotland.com (Information about stag stalking activity)
www.munromagic.com (Munro and Corbett information)
www.glenmorelodge.org.uk (Outdoor activity centre/adventure holidays)
www.walkhighlands.co.uk (Walking route info, news and accomodation options)
www.visitscotland.com (Scotlad's National Tourist Board)
www.visit-fortwilliam.co.uk (West Highlands)
www.nevisrange.co.uk (Mountain activities)
www.scotland.com (Travel guide and booking portal)
www.syha.org.uk (Scottish Youth Hostel Association)
www.hostel-scotland.co.uk (Scottish independant hostels)
www.easyways.com (Booking service for long distance trails)
Guided / Self guided trips:
www.wildernessscotland.com (Inspiring adventures in the wild places of Scotland)
www.scottishwinterroutes.com (Winter route descriptions)
www.g2outdoor.co.uk (Outdoor activities, Aviemore)
www.walkdeeside.com (Walking holidays and walking activities in Royal Deeside)
www.nwfrontiers.com (Scottish walking holidays and hiking vacations)
www.travelinescotland.com (Journey Planner)