Glen Loin & Coiregrograin Visitor Guide

This scenic walking route runs through the dramatic mountain peaks and glens of the Arrochar Alps in the Strathclyde region.

At around 11 miles the route offers an enjoyable walk on paths that vary between tarmac and muddy woodland on a circuit that’s mostly level with a few minor climbs.

Along the way, walkers will see Beinn Narnain, A’Chrois, Ben Vorlich, Ben Vane and Ben Lomond as well as the pretty village of Arrochar and the tranquil waters of Loch Long.

Arran Coastal Way Visitor Guide

The Arran Coastal Way is a circular cycling and walking route around the perimeter of the Isle of Arran on Scotland’s west coast. This easy-going trail rewards visitors with stunning views at every section of its 65-mile length and there are plenty of opportunities to deviate onto nearby attractions along the way.

Banff Heritage Trail Visitor Guide

There’s a huge amount of history in this little town including a pre-reformation market cross, a tollbooth, the gorgeous 18th-century Duff House, and of course the lovely harbour which now mainly serves leisure craft.

Causeymire Wind Farm Visitor Guide

The wide open expanses of land around the far northeast of Scotland are just begging to be walked, and the well-maintained trail around Causeymire wind farm is perfect for a gentle stroll that can be easily accessed no matter the weather.

Ullapool Hill and The Braes Visitor Guide

The beautiful town of Ullapool is the starting point for this walk where you’ll begin at the harbour, which is a perfect place to take photos of Loch Broom. The harbour is also a great place to get a refreshment from one of several cafes at both the beginning and end of your journey.

John Muir Way, Helensburgh Visitor Guide

The start and finish point of the John Muir Way at Helensburgh is indicated by a seat made from Scottish oak and a circular stone plinth with engraved footprints and a John Muir quote, and this route marker is a perfect opportunity to appreciate Helensburgh with its lovely beach and numerous cafes.

Glasgow City Centre Mural Trail Visitor Guide

These often thought-provoking pieces of public street art have been designed to transform the hidden corners of Glasgow into striking artworks, and a walk between each one allows visitors to see parts of the city that they probably wouldn’t otherwise find.