Sample Walks

Loch LomondLoch Lomond
7 miles
St Abbs Head. A superb coastal walk at this national nature reserve that is a world renowned site for bird watching. The 90m high cliffs are home to many different species of seabird that nest here from April to August. Sheer cliffs loom from the sea giving dramatic views of the Berwickshire coastline. Bring binoculars to watch the constantly moving mass of birds in the narrow inlets or admire their swooping flight as they head out to the stormy seas.
Easy +
8 miles
Deil’s Cauldron, Comrie. The River Lednock cascades out from a rocky gorge in the atmospheric tree-clad amphitheatre known as the Deil's or Devil’s Cauldron. This excellent circular walk from the attractive village of Comrie visits the Cauldron as well as having an optional ascent to the Melville Monument, an obelisk on Dun More hill that is a fine viewpoint.
9 miles
Lairig Eilde and Lairig Gartain, Glencoe. A great circuit linking these two awesome glens walking below the mighty massive of Buchaille Etive Mor – the big hill that marks the start of Glencoe and its smaller neighbour Buchaille Etive Beag,  proper wilderness walking at its best.
Hill Day
8 miles
Meall nan Tarmachan is the most easterly of a group of 4 hills known as the Tarmachan Ridge and although it is the only Munro there are two other peaks over 1000m on the ridge with smashing views above Loch Tay. An exciting day out with the added bonus that you can start the hill walk​ at 500m where the car park is.
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