Berkeley House Fort William Highland
A walking getaway on East Highland Way offers one thing for all and as an East Highland means specialist we opened up this dramatic visit to offer good quality accommodation and luggage transfers. Additional evenings is added at any stage along the walk and we also will be more than thrilled to tailor make an itinerary for you.
Part 1, Fort William to Spean Bridge, 11 kilometers
A relatively flat, effortless start to the walk ensures that you've got a while to explore Fort William before going to Spean Bridge. There are the routes well-built and solid with this first-day.
Section 2, Spean Bridge to Inverlair, 11 kilometers
Starting off on the same forest paths you may quickly go into the walking, after the River Spean. A good quiet day's woodland walking will eventually make you Inverlair where we have organized for you to be gathered and taken returning to Spean Bridge for the overnight end.
Part 3, Inverlair to Feagour, 20 kilometers
You will be dropped back off at Inverlair this morning to begin the longest days walking. Although the length is very long, the walking is quite simple after a little bit of uphill walking each day. You certainly will skirt the side of Loch Moy before walking along the financial institutions for the spectacular Loch Laggan. Ending up in Feagour, we now have once more organized to help you be collected and transferred to your over night accommodation in nearby Laggan.
Section 4, Feagour to Newtonmore, 15 kilometers
After your transfer back off to Feagor, you start the walking time with an ascent to the Pictish Fort of Dun da lamh. The amazing views right here supply a stunning start to a single day. From there the walk levels off until Cluny Castle with regards to begins to ascend once again. Another great sense of backwoods these days as you go over the financial institutions of this River Calder before descending in to the city of Newtonmore for evening.
Section 5, Newtonmore to Kincraig, 12 kilometers
Level walking for some of today produces an attractive walk. You may take-in the Ruthven Barracks and cross over the powerful River Tromie these days and spending a bit of time in the RSPB reserve from the Insh Marshes. Joining with the faster Badenoch Method will eventually lead you back to Kincraig for the penultimate night.
Section 6, Kincraig to Aviemore, 11 kilometers
The ultimate portion of the East Highland Way the most spectacular. You start down by-walking around the Frank Bruce Sculpture Park that is worth investing a while at. From there you rise up through the Cairngorm nationwide playground through ancient bog woodland. Your decent towards Aviemore is damaged by the eerie beauty of Castle of Loch an Eilein, for which you should decide to try yelling towards ghost of Wolf of Badenoch whom nonetheless haunts the damage. Tune in very carefully for odd echo which comes back. Aviemore is a wonderful early town to finish in and toast a great travel.