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Having walked this 5 times (both directions and various times of year) I decided to bike it in 2 days. My son and I also agreed to do the Lochsde. This is a tough challenge. A lot of the route is bikeable though physically hard...More
This is an amazing, fun, and scenic way to see the Highlands of Scotland. This is a well marked path that leads you through numerous villages, so a pint at the end of each day is easy to find. A walk along the Way also...More
Absolutely superb service from the very first email contact. Nothing was too much trouble for Julie. Luggage transport throughout West Highland Way was seamless and as for the quality of the accommodation???? We have honestly stayed in some 5 star hotels that could not hold...More
Decent days with good weather were offset by rainstorms and very poor trail maintenance. Although my waterproof boots proved mostly up to the task, the vibram soles had serious grip problems on the loose and wet trail surfaces. Hiking poles saved me from more than...More
With a rose tinted memory of Scotland from my childhood I set off to Scotland on my own for a well deserved break and rejuvenating hike through the highlands.
Upon arrival I found myself shocked about the lack of information or guidance available at information...More
My boyfriend and I set out to do the WHW as our first trip together. I don't think either of us understood the magnitude of the hike despite having read some about the hike but we both felt that it needed to be done. We...More
We took seven days to do the West Highland Way, taking the easy route of staying in inns and having our luggage transferred. Somehow we thought going in that a 96 mile hike wouldn't be that hard - we're in great shape. But we had...More
Although our vacation schedule did not allow us the opportunity to hike the entire West Highland Way, we did hike the last three sections, from Bridge of Orchy to Fort William. And while the weather might not have been to everyone's taste (rainy, windy and...More
Just done the Drymen to Inverarnan stretch of the West Highland Way over three days. Thoroughly enjoyed it, though the Inversnaid - Inverarnan stretch was exacting especially with the weather we encountered! Glad there were no midgies. The accommodation was fine and all would provide...More
Walked the WHW in early September 2018 me 73 my pal 70, was harder than i thought particular around the Loch Lomond it was brutal never endiing scrombling over rocks and trees. Lots of ups and downs but we got stronger the further we traveled....More
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You better be fit and used to doing a lot of long hikes to do it in 5 days. Personally if your looking to do it for exercise - great. But if you want to be able to enjoy it, stop at some pubs and things on the way, 5 days... More
You better be fit and used to doing a lot of long hikes to do it in 5 days. Personally if your looking to do it for exercise - great. But if you want to be able to enjoy it, stop at some pubs and things on the way, 5 days is no where near enough time. I did it in 7. I think that's a great time for it.