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Scotland - Activities and Sports -

Walking and Trekking

Guidebooks for Walkers
John and Anne Nuttall provide excellent guides for all sorts of walking and trekking.

Worldwide Walking Holidays
At Hooked on Walking we specialise in walking holidays in Europe.

North of Glasgow
The north of Glasgow offers quick and easy walks from Ben Lomond to the Mugdock Country Park.


Callender and The Trossachs
The Trossachs and Callander have some delightful walks, including Ben A'an, Callander Crags and Bracklinn Fall. From this area you can access the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Lochearnhead, Strathyre and Balquhidder.

Lochside Walk

Walking along the thousands lochs of Scotland is the best way to discover the Scottish landscape, especially from the north and west shores of Loch Katrine in the Trossachs.

Glencoe

Known as the Coire Gabhail, (the Hidden Valley), this walk is tucked into
the mountains of Glencoe and offers stunning scenery.

Coastal Walk

Scotland offers a wealth of wonderful coastal walks. You can walk from village to village, from Earlsferry to Crail on the Fife or along the expansive coastal areas such as Galloway, the Borders coastline, Aberdeenshire and Moray in North East Scotland, or on the Orkney and Shetland Isles.

Moorland Walk
The Southern Uplands, Argyll, the far North or parts of the Western Isles have many varied moorland walks.


Useful Links

British Walking Federation - Scotland
Cape Adventure International

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