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Why You Should Visit Urquhart Castle

Are you walking the Great Glen Way? Why not stop by Urquhart Castle in Drumnadrochit. Along the Great Glen Way Urquhart Castle is located ideally on Loch Ness. Planning your route of the Great Glen Way Urquhart Castle is definitely something you do not want to miss! Visiting this serene setting is an ideal way […]

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Camino Walking

Beautiful building on the Camino walk.

This article is a personal entry by Easyways’ owner, Andrew Fernie. I recently took a telephone call from a friend of mine who has had the misfortune of suffering a cancer recurrence over a long number of years.  He knew of my involvement in the walking business and asked if I knew anything about the […]

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Highlights of the Drymen to Balmaha Leg of the West Highland Way

The West Highland Way experience from Drymen through to Balmaha will give you an insight into the charm of the Scottish countryside. Garadhban Forest Beginning in Drymen, the walk quickly reaches Garadhban Forest, a conifer plantation which is undergoing harvesting. This forest is also part of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. A long stretch of […]

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Arran Heritage

On the Isle of Arran, there is an abundance of heritage and history to explore. Walking the Arran coastal way route enables you to discover the beautiful island. Brodick Castle Brodick Castle is located on the east coast of the island, just outside the main town of Brodick. The history of the castle dates back […]

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Arran Aromatics

Why not take a holiday, walk the Arran Coastal Way and visit the place that established Arran Aromatics? The perfect getaway choice for you and your loved ones. History In 1989, Janet Russell started Arran Aromatics in a small cottage on the Isle of Arran. Now found in forty countries, Arran Aromatics is a successful international […]

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Historical Sites on Arran

If you choose to walk the Arran Coastal Way route you will notice the abundance of history the island has to offer. Arran’s history dates back to the stone age so you are not at a miss for historical culture! Machrie Moor Stone Circles Located on Machrie Moor, three miles north of Blackwaterfoot, you will […]

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Highlights of Duncansby Head to The Haven

The North Highland Way offers a range of walks passing through historic and idyllic places in Scotland. The walk from Duncansby Head to the Haven is the beginning of the North Highland Way and gives just a taste of what there will be to come thereafter. Duncansby Head Starting from Duncansby Head, the most north-easterly part […]

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