Inverness is known as the capital of The Highlands – but before you head off for the hills, take a moment to explore the city.
This walk takes you up on to the Knock of Crieff, a wooded hill that overlooks the town. The climb to the top is short and steep – but the view from the top is worth the climb!
Starting and ending at Portsonchan hotel, this walk is perfect for stretching your legs before heading out on longer adventures in the area
A stile free walk to the summit of the Cairngorm Mountain in the Highlands Of Scotland.
This is a walk, which is the coastal road around the bay. It is usually quiet with traffic, though a few cars do use the road to get down to the beach and slipway for fishing boats, so please take care as there are no pavements.
Siobhan Sellar runs the blog White Paw Pup with her dog Roshe and this is her favourite Scottish Highland Dog Walk.
This walk from the New Lanark World Heritage Site passes the famous Falls of Clyde in a narrow gorge that’s home to one of Scotland’s oldest forests.
The Fife Coastal Path is one of Scotland’s Great Trails, stretching for 117 miles from the Firth of Forth in the south to the Firth of Tay in the north.
This riverside walk links the town of Pitlochry to the village of Blair Athol on the edge of the Grampian mountains and the Cairngorms National Park.
This epic walk in the Cairngorms National Park starts at the Lin of Dee and climbs to the summit of Ben Macdui – Britain’s second highest mountain.
This popular walking route follows the Mountain Track to the mighty summit of Ben Nevis – Britain’s highest mountain at 1345 metres.
The Great Glen Way runs for 73 miles from coast-to-coast across the Scottish Highlands, linking the towns of Fort William and Inverness.