East Highland Way 2018 - Walking Holidays and Hiking Tours in Scotland

The East Highland Way - Fort William to Aviemore

82 Miles - 132 KM


The East Highland Way is a new long distance walk that connects Fort William,
outdoor capital of the UK, with the ski and mountain resort of Aviemore. In doing
so, it also connects Scotland's existing long distance walks: the West Highland
Way & Great Glen Way, to the Speyside Way in the north east. The contrast in
natural habitats along the route imbues the East Highland Way with a distinctive
character. The journey passes seamlessly through enchanting broadleaf forests,
loch-side trails and quiet mountain wilderness. It skirts unspoilt marshlands and
also explores the last remnants of the ancient Caledonian forests of Inshriach.
The route has been optimised to engage with accommodation wherever possible,
making it more accessible for walkers of all abilities.

WHATS INCLUDED

1/ Guide book and map( one per party )

2/ Accommodation is by carefuly selected hotels and bed & breakfasts where breakfast is included.

3/ Baggage transfer to and from your accommodation each day.

4/ 24/7 support if required.

Please contact us for enquiries

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Arriving In Scotland

By Air:-

From Glasgow Intenational Airport a shuttle bus operates to Glasgow city centre.

From Prestwick International Airport & Edinburgh International Airport a regular train service operates to Glasgow city centre.

Traveling To Fort William

By Rail:-

Scotrail operate train services to Fort William from Glasgow Queen Street Station. Travel information and tickets can be found at https://www.scotrail.co.uk

By Coach:-

Citylink operate a regular service from Glasgow Buchannon Street Bus Station to Fort William. Travel information and tickets can be found at www.citylink.co.uk