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This magical new walking holiday explores both Orkney and Shetland. These unique and culturally rich islands where the influence of the sea dominates and the remains of its rich cultural history are never too far away
This three-centre holiday is designed around fabulous walks amid varied and stunning land and seascapes. We spend two nights on the Isle of Skye, three on Harris and two in Ullapool on the mainland's west coast
The "Long Island" as it is also known, provides a unique chance to climb the most distinctive hills of the Outer Hebrides. Here rocky hills rise from a land of shimmering lochans and turquoise seas flanked by the most beautiful beaches in the world
This unique holiday is a wonderful 70 miles (112 km) long-distance walk from Ullapool all the way north to Cape Wrath, the north-west tip of the mainland. We cross wild and rugged mountain passes and follow the windswept cliffs of the coastline
Based in in the pretty fishing village of Ullapool, this fantastic hill walking holiday explores the wild lands of Assynt and climbs some of the most iconic mountains in Scotland during the course of the week
Orkney is famed for its archaeological sites such as the Ring of Brodgar and Skara Brae. The islands offer wonderful walking along the dramatic coastline where we can view the incredible array of breeding seabirds
There are few wild, unspoilt and least explored corners of Europe than this far-flung group of 18 islands. The Faroes lie in the middle of the North Atlantic with sheer black cliffs, sea stacks, rugged mountains and fjords that contrast with the picturesque villages
Few areas in Scotland offer such a diversity and contrast of landscapes as Skye making this one of the most magical places to walk and explore. From the famed Cuillin to the pinnacles of the Trotternish, Skye will not disappoint
North-West Sutherland is a seriously remote and wild landscape with sweeping beaches, dramatic cliffs and remote glens all add to the backdrop for this great walking holiday
Scotland's far north west is wild, rough, and seriously remote and provides great potential for walking. With the famed hills of Ben Hope and Foinaven this trip is certainly for those looking to get away from the crowds
This exciting and challenging walking trip aims to summit all 9 of Scotland's mountains over 4000 feet. The contrast of Scottish mountain environments is nowhere better exemplified than on this holiday
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