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Self Guided by Wilderness Scotland

Our self guided trips offer the perfect opportunity to hike the incredible Scottish landscapes at your own pace without worrying about feeling like you are holding anyone else back.

On one of our self guided hikes you can follow in the footsteps of the famous Scottish historic figure Rob Roy MacGregor on a long distance trail through southern Highlands. Trek 100 miles on Scotland's most famous long distance trail - The West Highland Way, explore Speyside Way in the beautiful Cairngorms or take in the sweeping views of Loch Ness and explore The Great Glen Way.

You definitely do not need to be a professional hiker, but do need to be more self reliant. To book any of our self guided

Our self guided trips offer the perfect opportunity to hike the incredible Scottish landscapes at your own pace without worrying about feeling like you are holding anyone else back.

On one of our self guided hikes you can follow in the footsteps of the famous Scottish historic figure Rob Roy MacGregor on a long distance trail through southern Highlands. Trek 100 miles on Scotland's most famous long distance trail - The West Highland Way, explore Speyside Way in the beautiful Cairngorms or take in the sweeping views of Loch Ness and explore The Great Glen Way.

You definitely do not need to be a professional hiker, but do need to be more self reliant. To book any of our self guided trips you need to be travelling with at least one other person.

Self Guided Holidays

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Follow in the footsteps of the famous Scottish historical figure Rob Roy MacGregor on our magnificent self guided long distance hiking adventure of The Rob Roy Way. Explore spectacular environments such as the Trossachs, Perthshire, and the picturesque Highland town of Pitlochry.

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The famous West Highland Way is a class long distance walk and you can explore this journey on a self guided hiking adventure on this route. You'll walk an William impressive 152 kilometers (95 miles) from the outskirts of Glasgow to Fort William in the beautiful Scottish Highlands.

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The Great Glen fault line almost splits Scotland into two - The Great Glen Way crosses Scotland from east to west and it is one of the countries finest long-distance trails. Beginning in Fort William and ending in the picturesque capital city of the Highlands, Inverness, you will pass amazing landscapes such as the iconic Loch Ness.

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Explore the Great Cairngorms and visit incredible areas such as the quaint fishing village of Buckie on the Moray coast and the picturesque village of Aviemore. Discover the 65 miles of The Speyside Way on an unforgettable adventure with Wilderness Scotland.

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