A stile free walk to the summit of the Cairngorm Mountain in the Highlands Of Scotland.
Siobhan Sellar runs the blog White Paw Pup with her dog Roshe and this is her favourite Scottish Highland Dog Walk.
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.
This circular walk explores the iconic rocky turrets of Stac Pollaidh, with stunning views across the plains of Assynt and the Summer Isles.
This walk explores the Silver Sands of Morar, a chain of beautiful sandy beaches in the Highlands that feel like Scotland’s answer to the Caribbean.
The West Highland Way was Scotland’s first official long-distance route and the 96-mile trail remains one of Britain’s most popular walks.
The Woodland Trust’s Ledmore and Migdale Wood Walk in the Scottish Highlands
Anagach Woods surrounds the highland town of Grantown on Spey and offers some of the finest low-level walking in the highlands …
This is a route through the very heart of Scotland, following the second longest river, The Spey.
Beneath Ben Nevis – at 4,490-feet Britain’s highest mountain – the route covers the first 8 miles of the old Caledonian Canal, from Corpach sea loch to the shores of the first freshwater loch at Gairlochy.