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Self-guided walking holidays in Scotland

Walking Scotland with an Easyways Walking Holiday

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Thank you very much for the arrangement. Everything (including the weather) was just perfect for us. All of the accommodations were really nice places 

Peter, Germany, September 2016

Thanks again for all your help and we’ll certainly recommend your services and use you ourselves again for our next Scottish walk.

Barrie, UK, September 2016

My family and I had the most wonderful experience walking and were so pleased to find the booking as excellently organised.

Nicola, Germany, August 2016

Organisation phenomenal!! Thank you.

Susan. UK, May 2016

Everything went like clockwork so thank you for your superb organisation.

Patrick. UK, May 2016

Easyways - Fantastic Walking Holidays In Scotland & Europe

At EasyWays our goal is to make arranging your self-guided walking holiday just that – easy! Simply tell us what you’d like to do and we’ll take care of all bookings – accommodation, door to door baggage transfers at each stage of your walk and taxi transfers if required. Our first class service is supplemented by detailed local knowledge of each route. When you book with EasyWays we’ll send you a comprehensive Tour Pack outlining each stage of your walk with details of facilities en route and even suggestions for places to eat and drink.

Walking Holidays with EasyWays

Scotland’s most famous long distance walking route, the West Highland Way, is extremely popular with Easyways Walkers. Opened in 1980, the 95 mile long West Highland Way is walked in stages over a number of days, overnighting at idyllic locations across the West of Scotland. The West Highland way is only one of 15 walks throughout the country, from The North Highland Way on the far North coast to Hadrian’s Wall Path on the border with England.


GREAT VALUE

Our Scottish & European walking holidays are great value and there’s no charge until you are completely happy with our proposal.

FLEXIBILITY

We pride ourselves in being flexible to the needs of our customers. We’ll arrange your perfect self-guided walking itinerary using our in-depth knowledge.

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

Based half way between Glasgow and Edinburgh, in the heart of Scotland, our Scottish team has over 20 years’ experience of organising self-guided Scottish walking holidays.

Highlights

At EasyWays we work to ensure that your experience on the route is as uncomplicated as it is scenic, leaving you free to enjoy everything that Scotland has to offer: our wonderful scenery, a colourful history reflecting a turbulent past, a wealth of culture brought to life in the many beautiful buildings to be visited and the chance to attend one of the many music festivals and Highland Games held throughout the summer months. 

Here are just a few examples of what you can experience one of our Walking Holidays in Scotland or Europe:

West Highland Way

Beautiful Loch Lomond and the highest mountain in the United Kingdom, Ben Nevis.

Great Glen Way

Loch Ness and Inverness – the Capital of the Highlands

The Cuillins and Glen Brittle

Isle of Skye Spectacular

The mystical Isle of Skye with Glen Sligachan and the Fairy Pools.

North Highland Way

The remote northern coast of the United Kingdom

Speyside Way

Walk along the Whisky Trail to end at Aviemore Outdoor Activity Centre surrounded by the magnificent Cairngorm Mountains.

Rob Roy Way

Trek through the Scottish Trossachs over land once inhabited by Rob Roy MacGregor, the legendary Scottish outlaw of the early 1700s.

Fife Coastal Path

St Andrews with its historic cathedral ruins and the World Heritage Site of the Forth Bridge built in the late 1800s.

St Cuthbert’s Way

Melrose Abbey where the heart of Robert The Bruce is interred and on through the Scottish Borders to the Holy Isle of Lindisfarne.

Hadrian’s Wall Path

An 84-mile trek alongside the ancient Roman defence wall that divides Scotland from England.

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If you have any extra questions, feel free to contact us, we’d love to hear from you.

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