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Walkhighlands: Scotland walks and accommodation
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Discover Scotland, one step at a time with Walkhighlands. The ultimate website for walking and hiking in Scotland, with thousands of free detailed descriptions of walks, places to …
Islay walks (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Islay is famed for its distinctive whiskies, and is home to eight working distilleries. Known as the Queen of the Hebrides, Islay is fertile and its hills - though rugged - are small. Amongst outdoor enthusiasts, the island is perhaps best known amongst birdwatchers, being a wintering ground for a huge population of geese, as well as a breeding ground for rare corncrakes and chough.
Rubha Hunish (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Rubha Hunish. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Beautiful Rubha Hunish, the northernmost point of the island, is a magical place; this is the best walk on Skye for seabird and marine mammal watching.
Isle of Jura walks (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Isle of Jura. Jura provides the perfect remote get away and a good variety of walking for those determined enough to seek out its beauty. At 142 square miles it is a little smaller than Islay but has a much smaller population with only around 200 people living on the island, most of them centered in or near Craighouse on the east coast.
Mount Keen - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Mount Keen is the most easterly of the Munros, a cone-shaped summit rearing above the great sea of the Mounth plateau. It can be climbed quickly from Glen Esk, or more scenically via Glen Tanar.
Cornish Hill and Loch circuit, Stinchar bridge (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Cornish Hill and Loch circuit, Stinchar bridge. This circular walk climbs up above the vast forests of the Carrick onto the wild open hills, giving superb views and visiting the lonely shores of Cornish Loch.
Seana Bhràigh - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Seana Bhràigh. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. One of the more remote Munros, Seana Bhràigh is situated on the very edge of an undulating plateau, …
Travel restrictions within mainland Scotland to end on ...
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Mar 16, 2021 · First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced a new timetable for the lifting of Coronavirus restrictions. The instruction to 'Stay at Home' will end on 2nd April, subject to continued positive data, and will be replaced by an instruction to 'Stay Local'. More significant for those interested in outdoor recreation and getting away from the cities, it …
Badandun Hill - Graham (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Badandun Hill is a rounded summit to the east of Glen Isla. One possible ascent route is from near the Bridge of Fortar, climbing up by the Allt na Beinne above the crag of Cuingard.
Tom Buidhe - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Tom Buidhe is a featureless dome-like upswelling on the vast Mounth plateau, looking nothing like a mountain from any direction. It is nearly always climbed with its neighbour Tolmount, and can be ascended from Glen Callater, Glen Doll or from the Cairnwell Pass.
South Loch Ness Trail (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk The South Loch Ness Trail. Running for almost 58km from Fort Augustus at the western end of Loch Ness to the outskirts of the Highland capital, Inverness, The South Loch Ness Trail explores the varied landscapes on the quieter side of Scotland's most famous loch.
Beinn a' Ghlò (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Beinn a' Ghlò. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. More a range of hills than a single peak, Beinn a' Ghlò has three Munro summits giving a strenuous day. The summits may be rounded, but the steep flanks and sculpted form of this great massif makes for a memorable outing.
Beinn Alligin (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Beinn Alligin. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Beinn Alligin means the Mountain of Beauty in Gaelic - and is well named. This is the easiest of the three famous Torridon ridge traverses, but if the Horns are included it still gives some airy scrambling.
Beinn Chabhair - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Beinn Chabhair. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Beinn Chabhair rises steeply above Inverarnan just to the north of Loch Lomond. This rocky peak is both accessible and popular; the summit is a fine viewpoint, with a good vista down Loch Long.
Càrn a'Chlamain (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Càrn a'Chlamain. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Càrn a' Chlamain is the relatively minor stony summit rising above a spacious and very remote plateau. The approach is up scenic Glen Tilt, one of the Highlands' most beautiful glens and it is this that makes the walk a minor classic.
Beinn Fhionnlaidh (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Beinn Fhionnlaidh. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Beinn Fhionnlaidh is a straightforward Munro forming a long west-east ridge from Glen Creran. It is a good viewpoint with views out to sea to the west and inland giving an unfamiliar aspect of Glencoe and Glen Etive.
Millbuies Country Park, near Elgin (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk A short exploration of this pretty loch surrounded by a variety of trees - a longer walk is also possible further from the water. There is a picnic area and toilets at the start. The walk is open from 8.30 am to last light all year round.
Braemar walks (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Braemar is one of Scotland's highest villages and a superb centre for hillwalkers, southern gateway to the Cairngorms. The magnificent pinewoods of Glen Derry and Luibeg may be less extensive than their northern counterparts, but from this side the Cairngorms seem more individual rather than forming a great wall as they do from the Spey; and the long approach walks to reach the arctic plateaux ...
Sgùrr na Lapaich - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Sgùrr na Lapaich is the highest of the huge and very remote range of mountains on the north side of Loch Mullardoch. On fine days it is prominent in views from the Kessock Bridge and Inverness.
Moruisg - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Moruisg. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Moruisg is a very prominent mountain rising like a beached whale above upper Glen Carron. Unfortunately the usual ascent route is up a wide and soggy slope with few features to break the effort.
Beinn Sgulaird (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Beinn Sgulaird is a solitary Munro, rising steeply above upper Loch Creran. The upper slopes are rocky but the summit is best known as a fantastic viewpoint. On a clear day the 360 degree panorama of mountains, lochs, sea and islands is one of the finest in Scotland.
Meikle Bin, Carron Valley (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk The steep but easy climb to the summit of Meikle Bin rewards with excellent views over the reservoir and surrounding fields. Popular with families, it is a good challenge for little legs.
Ben Chonzie - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Ben Chonzie. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. Ben Chonzie is the highest point of the heathery moorlands to the north of Crieff. Its finest side is to the east above Glen Turret, but it is more frequently and quickly climbed using tracks from the west.
Meall Ghaordaidh - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Meall Ghaordaidh is not a particularly distinguished peak. The usual ascent from Glen Lochay reveals it is a featureless lump. It does look finer from Glen Lyon to the north, supported by two buttresses.
Coire Làir and Easan Dorcha circuit, Achnashellach ...
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Coire Làir and Easan Dorcha circuit, Achnashellach. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. A varied circuit on clear and well made paths with good mountain views. Beautiful scots pine wood and waterfalls along Easan Dorcha make this a perfect lunch spot.
Càrn Eige - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Càrn Eige is the highest of all the mountains north of the Great Glen, and forms the culminating point of the great range of peaks on the north side of beautiful Glen Affric. It is almost always climbed together with its twin and near neighbour, Mam Sodhail.
Our picks: the 10 finest Munros | Walkhighlands
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk The Munros are the mountains in Scotland over 3000 feet high. First catalogued by Sir Hugh Munro in 1891, the list has been revised ever since to keep up to date with the latest height measurements, and opinions on which summits count as separate mountains …
Assynt Cottages, Lochinver and Achiltibuie (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Ard Choille Lochinver 7 Ard Choille is situated in the picturesque village of Lochinver within walking distance of all local amenities. Open all year and heated throughout, the property comprises a fitted kitchen/diner with fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, cooker and microwave, sitting room with TV/DVD and a …
Beinn Bhrotain - Munro (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Beinn Bhrotain is a huge, sprawling mountain rising in an extremely remote location on the west side of Glen Dee. Its northern side falls precipitously down to the great trench of Glen Geusachan.
Lamington Hill - Sub2000 (Walkhighlands)
Www.walkhighlands.co.uk Users' walk reports for Lamington Hill. There are 146 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Lamington Hill. They have contributed 14 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first.
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