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Great Trails Trip

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Kirkcaldy, Scotland, United Kingdom

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

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  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

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  • Starting Location

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  • Notes

    You will need your general hill-walking gear appropriate to the time of year and conditions; a level of fitness and experience appropriate for the activity you are taking part in will be required; bring a rucksack (30 litres), rucksack liner, boots or trail trainers with soles which will grip on rock, grass and mud, waterproof jacket with hood, waterproof overtrousers, general trekking trousers, T-shirt (not cotton), long-sleeve top, gaiters, hat and gloves, spare layer, compass, map (waterproof or in waterproof case), watch, torch (preferably a headtorch), food and drink, emergency survival bag, whistle, First Aid kit, mobile phone, sunhat, sunscreen, sunglasses, midge repellant

Highlights

  • Gain insight into the history, landscape and wildlife in this beautiful country.
  • Enjoy as guided walk on one of the many great trails that Scotland has to offer.
  • Choose from straightforward hill walking on low level terrain to multi-day backpacking routes in remote wilderness areas.

Guide

Trip Info

Scotland has rich culture, traditions and magnificent landscapes to explore. A trekking tour can be done at anytime throughout the year and can be arranged for any fitness level. Although experience is not necessary, different trails offer terrain based on fitness level and experience. You can enjoy straightforward hill walking on low-level terrain to multi-day backpacking routes in remote wilderness areas.

Enjoy a guided walk on one of the many great trails that Scotland has to offer. Depending on the weather and your hiking ability, you may want to choose from the Cape Wrath Trail, the Cateran Trail, Fife Coastal Path, the Great Glen Way, the John Muir Way, the Kintyre Way, the Rob Roy Way, the Skye Trail or the best known, the West Highland Way.

There are many more trails that crisscross the country, many marked, some not. Your certified guide can help you navigate any of the trails in the region. You will also gain insight into the history, landscape and wildlife in this beautiful country. As nature is involved, there is no guarantee of seeing any of the species on any given day. When you do encounter wildlife or bird species, your guide can provide an in-depth view into the specific species.

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