Whether you’re a serious trekker or just a Sunday stroller, Scotland is an excellent place to strap on those sensible shoes and head outdoors.
If you like a long walk, there are four official long distance paths in Scotland:
The West Highland Way
96 miles (154 km) of hiking that begins at Milngavie and finishes at Fort William. Along the way you’ll pass through lowland moors, woodland, and rolling hills before hitting the mountainous Scottish Highlands. You’ll follow the shores of Loch Lomond below Ben Lomond and climb the Devil’s Staircase before heading down to sea level.