Day out Rowardennan England
Details: 600 million years ago, before being divided because of the Atlantic Ocean, Scotland ended up being when an integral part of everything we today call the united states; now the West Highland Way ended up being included as a European link when you look at the Overseas Appalachian Trail. It really is Britain's best long-distance path due to its spectacular landscape showcasing a few of Scotland's best scenery in its 97 kilometers. Walking the Way is the perfect way of actually discover the hills, glens and lochs of Scotland's Western Highlands.
Features: The stroll begins comfortably at Milngavie in Glasgow's north suburbs, through meadowland and forest to Loch Lomond's sparkling shores with remarkable waterfalls never ever far from earshot. The towering hills mirror within the glistening Loch Lomond oceans as you go this magnificent path. The walk passes through Rob Roy's country exposing some difficult sections and awe inspiring hill views. The western Highland Way continues to the ramparts of Ben Lomond, over moors and through stunning valleys into the Bridge of Orchy as well as on to great views from the summit of this Devil's Staircase. The peak for the walk may be the tremendous view of Ben Nevis, Britain's greatest hill, that welcomes you after this satisfying trail.
Take a good look at the path options for walking the path for any occasion with a period and daily walking length to suit you. This self-guided course pack includes an insightful and comprehensive guide full of historic records and stories to embellish your walking experience.
The type associated with the Trail:
The course is especially on great paths and paths which are often twisty, undulating and harsh in places. There are numerous harsh parts as you go along plus the stroll across Rannoch Moor (between Inveroran and Kingshouse) specifically is quite exposed, however they're rewarded with dazzling scenery. Day-to-day distances if walking the route over 6 days tend to be 12 to 20 kilometers with daily ascents of between 420m – 1, 300m; with 9 walking days every day distance are 6½ to 14 miles with ascents between about 300m and 750m.
Milngavie to Fort William
Please be aware that small variants to these itineraries may need to be made because availability of accommodation.
Our prices are according to two travellers sharing an area. If you're going with other people and require your personal room, kindly add the Single Supplement. If you should be walking the path all on your own, please add the Solo Traveller Supplement.
If you want to add rest days in to the itinerary please e mail us for details.