Take a trek through through the Scottish Highlands where red deer and wildcats roam. Experience the thriving fishing industries, pretty villages and tight-knit coastal communities of the north-east coast or the remote, sickle-shaped beaches of the Outer Hebrides. Pull on your boots and walk alongside the tranquil waters of an inland loch to an isolated bothy or climb beside the tumbling falls of a wild mountain river.
You will find a more unassuming side to Scotland's trails too, of quiet valleys and accessible foothills, making it the perfect walking retreat for all abilities.
Click on your favourite walk for full details of the route, including instructions and a map.
A two-mile hike to the peak of the unique and breathtakingly dramatic Quiraing on the Isle of Skye. Map and route.
A seven-mile walk to the summit of Ben Lomond, the most climbed peak of the Scottish Munros. Map and route.
A spectacular two-mile walk up Glen Nevis through gorges and meadows to the epic Steall Falls. Map and route.
A beautiful 4.5-mile mountain walk tucked away in the glorious glens of the Scottish Highlands. Map and route.
A remote walk on the remarkable Staffa – a island of basalt rockforms, puffins and blissful isolation. This one-mile ramble is perfect for artists, nature lovers and those with a strong sea belly. Map and Route.
An 11-mile hike around the shores of Glen Affric, the Highland's most beautiful glen. Map and route.
A beautiful six-mile walk through the Cairngorms National Park, perfect for wildlife spotting and amazing Highland views. Map and Route.
Explore glorious Sandwood Bay in Sutherland on this 12-mile hike across wild moors and through mighty dunes. Map and route.
This rugged clifftop walk from a pretty village to a beautiful beach is the jewel in the crown of the astonishing Dumfries and Galloway coast. Map and route.
This 2.5-mile ramble takes you underground into an astonishing subterranean power station and then emerges topside for a walk to the reservoir that feeds it. Map and route.
Walk high into the Scottish hills and explore a valley that becomes a snow-clad wonderland in winter, complete with an frozen waterfall cleaving through its middle. Map and route.
The earthy scent of mosses, ferns and wild garlic are heavenly on this exquisite three-mile riverside ramble, where fish leap, herons stalk and weirs rumble. Map and route.
Enjoy a four-mile walk on the coastal cliffs of southern Scotland, spotting thousands of nesting seabirds, splashes of pink thrift and maybe even otters. Map and route.
Climb to the crest of the Highlands with the 11-mile hike to the summit of Ben Nevis. Map and route.
Steep, wild and remote, this Scottish giant is one of Britain's most striking peaks – reaching its summit is difficult, but with spectacular views stretching out across the Highlands, it's well worth the climb. Map and route.
Walk the Creel Path, a ruggedly beautiful stretch of coastal path trodden by centuries of fishermen and holy men. Map and route.
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