9 Spectacular Scottish Walks
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Here are 9 Spectacular Scottish Walks…
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Rising from the east shore of Loch Lomond to a height of 974m (3,193ft), Ben Lomond offers exhilarating walking and spectacular views across Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park. Take a virtual trek to the summit.
Kintail & Morvich
One of the last few areas of wild land in Scotland, this rugged, remote estate in the West Highlands offers a true wilderness experience. Take a virtual trek through the landscape.
Walkers and climbers are drawn from all over the world to tackle the many mountaineering routes in Glencoe, which include 8 Munros. Enjoy a virtual trek through this dramatic landscape.
At 874m (2,866ft), Goatfell is the highest peak on Arran. Walkers and mountaineers who venture into this dramatic and challenging landscape are rewarded with spectacular views of the island and, on a clear day, across to Ben Lomond, Jura and the coast of Ireland.
With some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in Scotland, Torridon is a magnet for walkers. Five of the Trust’s 46 Munros can be found at Torridon.
Falls of Glomach
The Falls of Glomach is one of the highest waterfalls in Britain, with a drop of 113m (370ft), set in a steep narrow cleft in remote Highland country. It can be reached only on foot; or you could explore our virtual trek.
Ben Lawers is Scotland’s tenth highest Munro and the central Highlands’ highest mountain, stretching 1,214m (3,984ft) above Loch Tay. Make it to the summit and you’ll be rewarded with magnificent views of Ben Lomond and Glencoe to the west, and the Cairngorms to the north.
Covering 2,550 hectares (6,330 acres) on the Lochalsh peninsula, this traditional Highland crofting estate is a diverse mix of Scotland’s most beautiful landscapes.
Grey Mare’s Tail Nature Reserve
Take a ten minute walk for spectacular views of the magnificent waterfall, which cascades from Loch Skeen into the Moffat Water Valley from a rocky precipice 60m (200ft) above. Or climb the steep slopes of White Coomb (821m/2,694ft, the highest hill in Dumfriesshire) for even more spectacular views.