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Perth & Perthshire

Rosslyn Chapel and Roslin Glen walk

Kinnoull Hill -Perth

Walk at Culross, Fife

Glenfinnan Bothy

Links to other Scottish walking sites

Outdoor Access code for walkers

Dumfries and Galloway walks page

New Angus walking page

Ben Nevis - the first students' walking story

A hurl up Lochnagar and her five little sisters!




The scenery of the Scottish Highlands and Islands is known throughout the world. There is further variety with the lowlands, coastline and southern uplands.  Consequently Scotland is one of the best places in the world for hiking, whether in remote wilderness areas or Scotland's tranquil countryside.

We have been gathering stories of walks from all corners of Scotland, including many lesser known hiking routes.

They include the first Kids' Walking Story from Perth, other walks from the East of Scotland, and from the beautiful Isle of Gigha in the West.  Hikes up several munros (peaks over 3000 ft / 915m) have been added by new contributors.  And now there's a walking story and photos about Glenfinnan Bothy that doesn't quite fit in any of the categories below! 

High hills and mountain hikes:

Countryside and easy hill walks:


Carn Gorm, Central Highlands, Scotland

Carn Gorm, Glen Lyon, Central Highlands, Scotland

Town and city walks

Area pages with links to individual walks

> Important guidance on Outdoor Access in Scotland

> Page of Links to other Scottish walking websites