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East Highland Way holiday packages and baggage transfer

Absolute Escapes

Absolute Escapes' East Highland Way

The East Highland Way is one of Scotland's newest long distance walks which traverses the beautiful landscapes between Fort William, the outdoor capital of the UK, and Aviemore in the stunning Cairngorms National Park. The route connects some of Scotland's existing long distance walks, the West Highland Way, Great Glen Way, and Speyside Way, making it a great opportunity to combine two or more long distance trails.

We offer four suggested itineraries to cover the route over 5 to 8 days. Our packages include all accommodation, baggage transfers and full Information Pack.

Contours Walking Holidays - East Highland Way

Contours Walking Holidays - East Highland Way

Since 1996 Contours Walking Holidays have specialised in providing self-guided walking holidays, short breaks and weekends in Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland. We look after everything to ensure you have a relaxing, worry-free walk - welcoming accommodation, door-to-door luggage transfer, comprehensive tour dossier, guidebooks, maps and emergency support. Our Scotland walking trails include the West Highland Way, Great Glen Way, Rob Roy Way, Kintyre Way, Arran Coastal Way, St Cuthbert's Way, Borders Abbeys Way, John Muir Way, Fife Coastal Path, Cateran Trail, East Highland Way, Speyside Way and Ayrshire Coastal Path.

Thistle Trekking - Guided Treks on The East Highland Way

Thistle Trekking - Guided Treks on The East Highland Way

The East Highland Way is a 82 mile trek through the heart of Scotland. Join us on a fun and friendly trek through this beautiful highland scenery. We offer you the luxury of having your accommodation arranged for you, your bags moved, walking in a group with a qualified guide and a support van at all times, so you can skip parts of the trail if you get too tired.


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Walking can be dangerous and is done entirely at your own risk. Information is provided free of charge; it is each walker's responsibility to check it and navigate using a map and compass.