OVERVIEW

Experience walking across the most dramatic sections of the West Highland Way, the UK's most popular long-distance walk. From the remote Bridge of Orchy Hotel, venture across one of Europe's last true expanses of wilderness, Rannoch Moor, and ascend into the rugged Scottish Highlands.

Created with a touch of comfort, this tour is more than a walk of immense beauty. Stay in the 4* Bridge of Orchy hotel and the welcoming Kingshouse Hotel, renowned for their fine single malts.  Back on the trail, soak up views of Buachaille Etive Mor, one of Scotland's most photographed Munro peaks and hike the 'Devil's Staircase' to Kinlochleven. Following centuries-old military tracks, walk to Fort William and the foot of Ben Nevis, the UK's highest mountain. Located on the banks of Loch Linnhe, round off this shortened version of the West Highland Way with a bowl of local mussels and craft beers.

Highlights

  • Walk through the rugged Scottish Highlands of the West Highland Way
  • Enjoy the warmth of a Highland whisky and Scottish hospitality
  • Cross the barren yet beautiful Rannoch Moor
  • Stay in stylish and historic wilderness hotels
  • Spectacular views across Glen Nevis and Ben Nevis
  • Freshly steamed bowls of Scottish Mussels and craft beers

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
SELF GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
5 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Chance to ride out on longer walks greater than 12km. A moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience is recommended.  C

PRICE FROM
$ 1595

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 645

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of a room when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5

DAY 1
Arrive Bridge of Orchy

In the north of the West Highland Way at the head of Glen Orchy lies a small scattering of houses. Surrounded by rugged highland peaks and pine forests, this remote highland outpost has become a popular stopover for walkers on the West Highland Way. Served by a lone train station, the 4* Bridge of Orchy Hotel is the perfect start before heading into the Scottish Highlands.

Accommodation: Bridge of Orchy Hotel
A 4* hotel which has become recognised for its hospitality and modern Scottish cooking. Begin by unwinding in the bar over a craft beer or local whisky before heading to your en-suite room. Decorated in a traditional style, rooms overlook your stunning, rugged surroundings.

DAY 2
Bridge of Orchy to Kingshouse

The day begins with a climb to an excellent viewpoint over Loch Tulla and on a clear day, you’ll enjoy views across to the rugged majesty of Rannoch Moor and Black Mount. Descend to one of Scotland’s remote hotels at Inveroran and join Telford’s historic drove road across the ever-foreboding Rannoch Moor. A vast wilderness of bogs, rivers and rocky outcrops, the ancient military track makes for a memorable walk across this unique environment.

Walk: 20km
Ascent: 450m
Descent: 380m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Kingshouse Hotel
Beginning as a humble place of refuge for weary travellers during the 1750’s, the Kingshouse Hotel has evolved to become a real highlight of the West Highland Way. A sanctuary in the wilderness, the hotel bar serves locally sourced beers and single malts, whilst the restaurant menu is a fusion of Scottish and modern European dining. Cosy and comfortable rooms ensure a good night’s sleep and there is an excellent drying room to cater for the unpredictable Scottish weather.

DAY 3
Kingshouse to Kinlochleven

Although today is the shortest walk, you will reach the highest point of the West Highland Way. Walking from Kingshouse, warm up with a gentle few kilometres through the Glencoe Valley. Then you will reach the foot of the Devil’s Staircase and despite the constant gradient, the glorious views are a distraction from the climb. At the high point (548m), the long sweeping descent to Kinlochleven unfolds in front of you.

Walk: 15km
Ascent: 420m
Descent: 630m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Allt-na-Leven Guesthouse
Formerly the village stores, husband and wife, Pauline and Wullie have lovingly converted the property into a 4* award-winning guest house. Commended for using local produce, Allt-na-Leven prides itself in giving all walkers a warm welcome, large comfortable rooms and a hearty breakfast for the long walk to Fort William. Being centrally located means you’re only a few minutes from the pubs and shops of Kinlochleven.

DAY 4
Kinlochleven to Fort William

The day begins with a steady climb out of Kinlochleven and into the hidden valley of Lairig Mor. Flanked by the Mamores Mountains, the wide track passes by the ruins of shepherds’ houses, and in such wild surrounds, it’s hard to imagine the hardships of the farming communities which lived here. On reaching Glen Nevis, the route narrows and rolls through pine forests as you see your first views of Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain (1345m). Finish the day with a descent into Fort William, the end of the West Highland Way.

Walk: 30km
Ascent: 720m
Descent: 710m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Myrtle Bank Guest House
Overlooking Loch Linnie and only a short walk from town, Myrtle Bank is run by Dora and her team in a converted Victorian Villa, en-suite rooms are classically furnished. The property also has extensive gardens, which are a personal passion of Dora’s. Known for its friendly atmosphere, this guest house is a great end to some of the finest walking days in Scotland.

DAY 5
Onward Travel

After breakfast, the nearby train makes for easy onward travel. Spend more time in Fort William and perhaps take the Jacobite Steam Train, recognised as one of the greatest train journeys in the world.

Meals included: Breakfast

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • 4 nights accommodation in 4* or 3* hotels & guesthouses
  • 4 breakfasts
  • Luggage transfers as described
  • Route Notes, Maps and GPX tracks
  • Stay in the famous Kingshouse Hotel in Glencoe Valley
  • 24/7 telephone support
  • Walk through the rugged Scottish Highlands of the West Highland Way
  • Enjoy the warmth of a Highland whisky and Scottish hospitality
  • Finish in Fort William on the shores of Loch Linnhe

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

During this tour, you will spend each night in 3*or 4* hotels and guest houses. The accommodation on this tour has been chosen for its location. The hotels in the Bridge of Orchy and Kingshouse have been welcoming walkers for decades and are a real highlight of the tour. Your hosts are knowledgeable about the region and are happy to help with any questions or assistance you might need. Of course, you can always call us too should you need anything during your walk. As many of the overnight stays are in remote settings, on occasion, we may have to book another similar accommodation of equal standard. We will discuss these options with you during the booking process. Owing to the remote location of some of the hotels, we would always advise booking as soon as you have chosen your travel dates.

You will be provided with 4 breakfasts.  If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please let us know at the time of booking so we can let your hosts know. Should you have severe food allergies, it’s always worth bringing a few of your own snacks with you.

Single Rooms
The West Highland Way is very busy. We will always endeavour to try and meet your requirements. If you are travelling with family and/or friends and would like single rooms for your party, we would advise booking as soon as your plans are finalised to secure your rooming preferences.

  • NIGHT 1

  • NIGHT 2

  • NIGHT 3

  • NIGHT 4

FITNESS GUIDE

It’s well worth investing some time and effort preparing for your walking holiday. The graph shows the average daily distance, elevation and terrain difficulty for your hike. The dotted line indicates the average across all our walks, which will give you a feel for how challenging your walk is compared to all – and the recommended type, and amount, of preparation needed.  Of course, you can adapt this according to your existing fitness levels and lifestyle.

The graph and the information below can be used in conjunction with the fitness guide to help you prepare for your walking adventure. Across all walks, average daily distance is 16.8km, average daily elevation is 448m, average terrain difficulty is 5/10.

ngraph

DISTANCE - ABOVE AVERAGE

Distance training is a major consideration in your overall training program. As you progress, incorporate longer walks into your training plan.

Schedule one or two long walks each week, gradually increasing the distance until you can comfortably cover 17-25 km in a single day. Also include walks on consecutive days to help your body adapt to the demands of walking for multiple days in a row. Take every opportunity you can to walk. If you have a fitness watch or phone, you should try to reach >15,000 steps every day.

Ensure you can comfortably walk the average distance per day displayed in the graph, at least one month before you undertake your hike.

ELEVATION - ABOVE AVERAGE

Elevation training is a major consideration in your overall training program. You must include walks with serious hill climbs.

If you do not have access to hills, it is essential to replicate the elevation level you will be undertaking in any way possible such as on a treadmill or stair climber. Walking up and down stairs at work, at a local oval with a grandstand, or up and down small hills is incredibly useful. Also, prioritising resistance weight training will help you develop overall muscle strength.  Elevation is often where walkers encounter problems, opposed to distance, as it uses an entirely different set of muscles to everyday flat walking.

If high altitude is a factor, incorporate sessions at a higher altitude to acclimatise your body to reduced oxygen levels if you are able to. Ensure you can comfortably walk the average elevation per day displayed in the graph, at least one month before you undertake your hike.

MOUNTAINOUS / UNDULATING TERRAIN

As terrain associated with mountain climbs is often somewhat uneven and rocky, balancing and core exercises are vital.

Try to also include some form of elevation in more than 50% of your walking and prioritise resistance training, whilst incorporating stairs anytime you can. Walking up mountains or hills, up and down stairs at work, or up and down at a local oval with a grandstand is incredibly useful. Elevation is often where walkers encounter problems not distance, as it uses an entirely different set of muscles to everyday flat walking. Concentrate on doing lots of squats and lunges to build your glute muscles.

GENERAL INFO

AVAILABILITY

This walk is available from April through to October.
Always be prepared for a change of weather! Regardless of when you travel, you can experience rainy days with temperatures dipping to 12°C and on the same day, clear skies and sunshine of up to 22°C. In the early and later weeks of the season, it isn’t unusual to see snow on the mountain tops and you may even experience a frost. May and June are usually the months with the least rainfall, followed by July, August and September. However, what Scotland lacks in warm weather, it truly makes up for it with hospitality.

THE WALKING

We grade this walk as moderate – A moderate active lifestyle makes the walking enjoyable, an exercise regime of 2 to 3 times a week is needed along with usual walks. Typically, days are generally easy-going underfoot and you should be used to covering up to 25km per day with up to 600m of ascent and descent. The route will have sections of ascending, rocky trails and in places, lose terrain underfoot. Trails are very well-defined and are very well way-marked. You will walk on forest tracks, hill paths, bridleways and across moorland that has well-defined tracks. You will also walk through some towns and villages. Although the route is well waymarked, for each of your walks, you will be provided with daily summaries, a map, a guidebook and the GPX tracks if you require to use them for your own device.

HOW TO GET THERE AND AWAY

This walk starts in Bridge of Orchy and finishes in Fort William.

To Bridge of Orchy
Bridge of Orchy is a remote and beautiful settlement. Arrival by train is generally the best way to reach the Bridge of Orchy from either Glasgow or Edinburgh. Services from Glasgow are direct (2hrs 30mins), whereas from Edinburgh you would need to change trains in Glasgow (3hrs 15mins).

If travelling from London, we would suggest taking a domestic flight to either Glasgow or Edinburgh and then catching the train to the Bridge of Orchy.

Caledonian Sleeper Train – London to Scotland
A great way to travel from London is by taking the overnight Caledonian Sleeper train. Depending on the day, services depart London Euston around 9 pm, travelling through the night arriving at the Bridge of Orchy at around 8 am the following day.

Onward Travel From Fort William
Fort William has great train connections through to Glasgow (4hrs), Edinburgh (5hrs) and London. Travelling to London you can either travel during the day (9hrs, with a change of stations in Glasgow) or return by the Caledonian Sleeper service, departing Fort William at 8 pm and arriving the next morning into London Euston at 8 am.

For all train travel in the UK, please check The Trainline or National Rail for timetables, prices and ticket purchases.

If travelling on the Caledonian Sleeper Service, please check Caledonian Sleeper for information.

Another useful planning tool for travel is Rome2Rio should you be travelling from, or to, other destinations.

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

MAP

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    PER PERSON
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 1 Apr 2024 - 31 Oct 2024
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $1595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $645
  • 1 Apr 2025 - 31 Oct 2024
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $1660

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $670
Overview

OVERVIEW

Experience walking across the most dramatic sections of the West Highland Way, the UK's most popular long-distance walk. From the remote Bridge of Orchy Hotel, venture across one of Europe's last true expanses of wilderness, Rannoch Moor, and ascend into the rugged Scottish Highlands.

Created with a touch of comfort, this tour is more than a walk of immense beauty. Stay in the 4* Bridge of Orchy hotel and the welcoming Kingshouse Hotel, renowned for their fine single malts.  Back on the trail, soak up views of Buachaille Etive Mor, one of Scotland's most photographed Munro peaks and hike the 'Devil's Staircase' to Kinlochleven. Following centuries-old military tracks, walk to Fort William and the foot of Ben Nevis, the UK's highest mountain. Located on the banks of Loch Linnhe, round off this shortened version of the West Highland Way with a bowl of local mussels and craft beers.

Highlights

  • Walk through the rugged Scottish Highlands of the West Highland Way
  • Enjoy the warmth of a Highland whisky and Scottish hospitality
  • Cross the barren yet beautiful Rannoch Moor
  • Stay in stylish and historic wilderness hotels
  • Spectacular views across Glen Nevis and Ben Nevis
  • Freshly steamed bowls of Scottish Mussels and craft beers

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
SELF GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
5 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Chance to ride out on longer walks greater than 12km. A moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience is recommended.  C

PRICE FROM
$ 1595

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 645

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5

DAY 1
Arrive Bridge of Orchy

In the north of the West Highland Way at the head of Glen Orchy lies a small scattering of houses. Surrounded by rugged highland peaks and pine forests, this remote highland outpost has become a popular stopover for walkers on the West Highland Way. Served by a lone train station, the 4* Bridge of Orchy Hotel is the perfect start before heading into the Scottish Highlands.

Accommodation: Bridge of Orchy Hotel
A 4* hotel which has become recognised for its hospitality and modern Scottish cooking. Begin by unwinding in the bar over a craft beer or local whisky before heading to your en-suite room. Decorated in a traditional style, rooms overlook your stunning, rugged surroundings.

DAY 2
Bridge of Orchy to Kingshouse

The day begins with a climb to an excellent viewpoint over Loch Tulla and on a clear day, you’ll enjoy views across to the rugged majesty of Rannoch Moor and Black Mount. Descend to one of Scotland’s remote hotels at Inveroran and join Telford’s historic drove road across the ever-foreboding Rannoch Moor. A vast wilderness of bogs, rivers and rocky outcrops, the ancient military track makes for a memorable walk across this unique environment.

Walk: 20km
Ascent: 450m
Descent: 380m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Kingshouse Hotel
Beginning as a humble place of refuge for weary travellers during the 1750’s, the Kingshouse Hotel has evolved to become a real highlight of the West Highland Way. A sanctuary in the wilderness, the hotel bar serves locally sourced beers and single malts, whilst the restaurant menu is a fusion of Scottish and modern European dining. Cosy and comfortable rooms ensure a good night’s sleep and there is an excellent drying room to cater for the unpredictable Scottish weather.

DAY 3
Kingshouse to Kinlochleven

Although today is the shortest walk, you will reach the highest point of the West Highland Way. Walking from Kingshouse, warm up with a gentle few kilometres through the Glencoe Valley. Then you will reach the foot of the Devil’s Staircase and despite the constant gradient, the glorious views are a distraction from the climb. At the high point (548m), the long sweeping descent to Kinlochleven unfolds in front of you.

Walk: 15km
Ascent: 420m
Descent: 630m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Allt-na-Leven Guesthouse
Formerly the village stores, husband and wife, Pauline and Wullie have lovingly converted the property into a 4* award-winning guest house. Commended for using local produce, Allt-na-Leven prides itself in giving all walkers a warm welcome, large comfortable rooms and a hearty breakfast for the long walk to Fort William. Being centrally located means you’re only a few minutes from the pubs and shops of Kinlochleven.

DAY 4
Kinlochleven to Fort William

The day begins with a steady climb out of Kinlochleven and into the hidden valley of Lairig Mor. Flanked by the Mamores Mountains, the wide track passes by the ruins of shepherds’ houses, and in such wild surrounds, it’s hard to imagine the hardships of the farming communities which lived here. On reaching Glen Nevis, the route narrows and rolls through pine forests as you see your first views of Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain (1345m). Finish the day with a descent into Fort William, the end of the West Highland Way.

Walk: 30km
Ascent: 720m
Descent: 710m
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Myrtle Bank Guest House
Overlooking Loch Linnie and only a short walk from town, Myrtle Bank is run by Dora and her team in a converted Victorian Villa, en-suite rooms are classically furnished. The property also has extensive gardens, which are a personal passion of Dora’s. Known for its friendly atmosphere, this guest house is a great end to some of the finest walking days in Scotland.

DAY 5
Onward Travel

After breakfast, the nearby train makes for easy onward travel. Spend more time in Fort William and perhaps take the Jacobite Steam Train, recognised as one of the greatest train journeys in the world.

Meals included: Breakfast

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • 4 nights accommodation in 4* or 3* hotels & guesthouses
  • 4 breakfasts
  • Luggage transfers as described
  • Route Notes, Maps and GPX tracks
  • Stay in the famous Kingshouse Hotel in Glencoe Valley
  • 24/7 telephone support
  • Walk through the rugged Scottish Highlands of the West Highland Way
  • Enjoy the warmth of a Highland whisky and Scottish hospitality
  • Finish in Fort William on the shores of Loch Linnhe
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

During this tour, you will spend each night in 3*or 4* hotels and guest houses. The accommodation on this tour has been chosen for its location. The hotels in the Bridge of Orchy and Kingshouse have been welcoming walkers for decades and are a real highlight of the tour. Your hosts are knowledgeable about the region and are happy to help with any questions or assistance you might need. Of course, you can always call us too should you need anything during your walk. As many of the overnight stays are in remote settings, on occasion, we may have to book another similar accommodation of equal standard. We will discuss these options with you during the booking process. Owing to the remote location of some of the hotels, we would always advise booking as soon as you have chosen your travel dates.

You will be provided with 4 breakfasts.  If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please let us know at the time of booking so we can let your hosts know. Should you have severe food allergies, it’s always worth bringing a few of your own snacks with you.

Single Rooms
The West Highland Way is very busy. We will always endeavour to try and meet your requirements. If you are travelling with family and/or friends and would like single rooms for your party, we would advise booking as soon as your plans are finalised to secure your rooming preferences.

  • NIGHT 1

  • NIGHT 2

  • NIGHT 3

  • NIGHT 4

Fitness Guide

FITNESS GUIDE

It’s well worth investing some time and effort preparing for your walking holiday. The graph shows the average daily distance, elevation and terrain difficulty for your hike. The dotted line indicates the average across all our walks, which will give you a feel for how challenging your walk is compared to all – and the recommended type, and amount, of preparation needed.  Of course, you can adapt this according to your existing fitness levels and lifestyle.

The graph and the information below can be used in conjunction with the fitness guide to help you prepare for your walking adventure. Across all walks, average daily distance is 16.8km, average daily elevation is 448m, average terrain difficulty is 5/10.

ngraph

DISTANCE - ABOVE AVERAGE

Distance training is a major consideration in your overall training program. As you progress, incorporate longer walks into your training plan.

Schedule one or two long walks each week, gradually increasing the distance until you can comfortably cover 17-25 km in a single day. Also include walks on consecutive days to help your body adapt to the demands of walking for multiple days in a row. Take every opportunity you can to walk. If you have a fitness watch or phone, you should try to reach >15,000 steps every day.

Ensure you can comfortably walk the average distance per day displayed in the graph, at least one month before you undertake your hike.

ELEVATION - ABOVE AVERAGE

Elevation training is a major consideration in your overall training program. You must include walks with serious hill climbs.

If you do not have access to hills, it is essential to replicate the elevation level you will be undertaking in any way possible such as on a treadmill or stair climber. Walking up and down stairs at work, at a local oval with a grandstand, or up and down small hills is incredibly useful. Also, prioritising resistance weight training will help you develop overall muscle strength.  Elevation is often where walkers encounter problems, opposed to distance, as it uses an entirely different set of muscles to everyday flat walking.

If high altitude is a factor, incorporate sessions at a higher altitude to acclimatise your body to reduced oxygen levels if you are able to. Ensure you can comfortably walk the average elevation per day displayed in the graph, at least one month before you undertake your hike.

MOUNTAINOUS / UNDULATING TERRAIN

As terrain associated with mountain climbs is often somewhat uneven and rocky, balancing and core exercises are vital.

Try to also include some form of elevation in more than 50% of your walking and prioritise resistance training, whilst incorporating stairs anytime you can. Walking up mountains or hills, up and down stairs at work, or up and down at a local oval with a grandstand is incredibly useful. Elevation is often where walkers encounter problems not distance, as it uses an entirely different set of muscles to everyday flat walking. Concentrate on doing lots of squats and lunges to build your glute muscles.

General Info

GENERAL INFO

AVAILABILITY

This walk is available from April through to October.
Always be prepared for a change of weather! Regardless of when you travel, you can experience rainy days with temperatures dipping to 12°C and on the same day, clear skies and sunshine of up to 22°C. In the early and later weeks of the season, it isn’t unusual to see snow on the mountain tops and you may even experience a frost. May and June are usually the months with the least rainfall, followed by July, August and September. However, what Scotland lacks in warm weather, it truly makes up for it with hospitality.

THE WALKING

We grade this walk as moderate – A moderate active lifestyle makes the walking enjoyable, an exercise regime of 2 to 3 times a week is needed along with usual walks. Typically, days are generally easy-going underfoot and you should be used to covering up to 25km per day with up to 600m of ascent and descent. The route will have sections of ascending, rocky trails and in places, lose terrain underfoot. Trails are very well-defined and are very well way-marked. You will walk on forest tracks, hill paths, bridleways and across moorland that has well-defined tracks. You will also walk through some towns and villages. Although the route is well waymarked, for each of your walks, you will be provided with daily summaries, a map, a guidebook and the GPX tracks if you require to use them for your own device.

HOW TO GET THERE AND AWAY

This walk starts in Bridge of Orchy and finishes in Fort William.

To Bridge of Orchy
Bridge of Orchy is a remote and beautiful settlement. Arrival by train is generally the best way to reach the Bridge of Orchy from either Glasgow or Edinburgh. Services from Glasgow are direct (2hrs 30mins), whereas from Edinburgh you would need to change trains in Glasgow (3hrs 15mins).

If travelling from London, we would suggest taking a domestic flight to either Glasgow or Edinburgh and then catching the train to the Bridge of Orchy.

Caledonian Sleeper Train – London to Scotland
A great way to travel from London is by taking the overnight Caledonian Sleeper train. Depending on the day, services depart London Euston around 9 pm, travelling through the night arriving at the Bridge of Orchy at around 8 am the following day.

Onward Travel From Fort William
Fort William has great train connections through to Glasgow (4hrs), Edinburgh (5hrs) and London. Travelling to London you can either travel during the day (9hrs, with a change of stations in Glasgow) or return by the Caledonian Sleeper service, departing Fort William at 8 pm and arriving the next morning into London Euston at 8 am.

For all train travel in the UK, please check The Trainline or National Rail for timetables, prices and ticket purchases.

If travelling on the Caledonian Sleeper Service, please check Caledonian Sleeper for information.

Another useful planning tool for travel is Rome2Rio should you be travelling from, or to, other destinations.

INSURANCE

We require that you have adequate travel insurance against potential losses, damage or injury, including cancellation costs and loss of luggage.

For all trips that require international travel, you must have purchased travel insurance that also includes medical evacuation coverage.

We also charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your walking holiday after we have confirmed it to cover costs incurred from our suppliers and in the office.  See the FAQ section for more information.

Map

MAP

Departure Dates

DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    PER PERSON
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 1 Apr 2024 - 31 Oct 2024
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $1595

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $645
  • 1 Apr 2025 - 31 Oct 2024
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $1660

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $670

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