Meander along rolling hills of the lush Scottish countryside, trace the banks of Loch Lomond while making your way through vibrant oak forests, and wander up and over the windswept highlands as you walk the West Highland Way from its southern terminus in Milngavie (pronounced Mul-guy) to its northern terminus in Fort William.
This 96 mile (154.4km) expanse of trail is perfect for fit and healthy adventurers of all ages. If you like to rough it, pack your gear on your back and wild camp the entire way. If you prefer a few creature comforts, campgrounds are easily found in each town you pass through - treat yourself to a hot shower, restock on food and enjoy a cold draft at the tavern. If you are not on a budget and would delight in the extra luxury, spend each night in an inn and be treated to a warm bed and breakfast the next morning.
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Some of you may be thinking, “This all sounds well and good, but I am not sure I want to carry a pack with all my belongings…
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