The West Highland Way is a 96 mile trek on Scotland's most iconic long distance trail. Join us on a fun and friendly trek through 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.
The West Highland Way is one of the world's classic long distance walks. It stretches 96 miles north from Milngavie, in the northern suburbs of Glasgow to Fort William, a Highland town nestled at the foot of Ben Nevis.
We offer five suggested itineraries for walking the West Highland Way and have detailed the approximate distances for each stage. Our packages include all accommodation, baggage transfers and full Information Pack.
Alpine Exploratory offers walking holidays to complete the West Highland Way, based on our exploration of the route. We produce our own routecards and recce the route so as to give a unique service of information on the West Highland Way. We call this the Exploratory system.
Join us for self-guided or guided trips on any dates in our season. We place great importance on a friendly and flexible service, run from our office in Edinburgh.
Walkers Ways specialise in arranging your self-guided walk on the West Highland Way. We offer a friendly and personal service with carefully selected hotels & bed & breakfast accommodation along the route, Daily luggage transfers, Personal itineraries to suit your individual needs and a information pack with map & guide book. Please contact us and we will be more than happy to help you with your requirements.
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.