Holidays Fort William Highlands
We in addition provide these roads from North to Southern. To learn more about walking these channels into the contrary direction, click here.
From Milngavie on outskirts of Glasgow, the western Highland Method winds through some of the most dazzling scenery in Britain into foot of Britain's greatest hill, Ben Nevis, at Fort William.
Starting inside lowlands, the western Highland Way passes through woodland and rolling farmland to Loch Lomond and uses its shores to the town of Inverarnan in the head of Loch. Beyond Inverarnan the path works up Glen Falloch past a succession of dramatic cascades therefore the town of Crianlarich towards Bridge of Orchy. It visits Loch Tulla then crosses the bleak expanses of Rannoch Moor towards protection for the Kingshouse Hotel. Continuing past mighty Buachaille Etive Mor, which guards the entry to Glencoe, the West Highland Way climbs the 'Devil's Staircase', which provides magnificent mountain views, before descending to the town of Kinlochleven during the head of Loch Leven. The ultimate stage of the spectacular path crosses the Lairigmor pass to Glen Nevis additionally the hectic little city of Fort William, with wonderful views of Loch Leven, the pinnacled ridge regarding the Aonach Eagach and vast majority of Ben Nevis.
- Experiencing Scotland’s initially designated cross country walking road.
- Sharing a sense of camaraderie with fellow walkers and mountain lovers.
- Strolling regarding the financial institutions of Loch Lomond, Scotland’s largest loch.
- Recognizing red deer in the great outdoors expanses of crazy Rannoch Moor.
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If you do not need initial evenings accommodation in Milngavie, please select the trip options using X after the tour signal when scheduling.
The price that you pay includes:
- accommodation on a sleep and break fast basis.
- door to door luggage transfers for each day of your trip.
- maps, guidebooks and a trip pack detailing particular information regarding your getaway.
Don’t possess time when it comes to total walk?
We also offer the West Highland Way in two areas, providing individuals with a shorter time the chance to finish the path in stages.
West Highland Way Southern - South to North
The South section of the western Highland Method runs from Milngavie to Crainlarich. The path uses historical roads, from old military roads, drover’s roads and disused railroad outlines and ingests the very best of the Scottish lowlands.
From Milngavie, the route heads northwards through woodland and open farmland. After a rise over Conic Hill, wonderful views of Loch Lomond tend to be revealed and the Highland Boundary fault-line could be identified. The path then winds right down to the shores of Loch Lomond until Inverarnan, where in actuality the Drovers’ Inn offers a glass or two, alongside tales of the interesting history.
Beyond Inverarnan, the path runs up Glen Falloch where in actuality the River Falloch flows into the loch, ahead of the route achieves Crainlarich and northern parts of the West Highland method carry on into the highlands.
- Experiencing Scotland’s lochs and lowlands.
- The dazzling views as you look right back over Loch Lomond from Conic Hill.
- Taking an escape during the famous Drovers’ Inn, Inverarnan.
West Highland Method North - Southern to North
The North part of the western Highland Method operates through the tougher, mountainous terrain from Crainlarich to Fort William. The course utilizes old army and drovers’ roadways because it passes to the Bridge of Orchy, which acts as a gateway on spectacular backwoods of Rannoch Moor. Here, there is an abundance of possibility to spot wildlife including roe-deer and Red deer.
Following the desolation of Rannoch Moor, the path passes Glencoe and climbs the ‘Devil’s Staircase, ’ a road through Aonach Eagach hills of Scotland. From right here, you will end up satisfied by breath-taking views across surrounding surroundings and of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest hill, in the distance.
From Kinlochleven, the trail crosses the Lairigmor pass to Glen Nevis and ends in Fort William, where Ben Nevis looms over this bustling town.
- Climbing the challenging highland section, like the ‘Devil’s Staircase.’
- The backwoods of Rannoch Moor.
|95 miles (152 kilometer)
|Begin and Finish
|Milngavie to Fort William
|25th March to 13th October
|6 nights, 5 days walking
|£450 per individual
|5 evenings, 5 times walking
|£400 per person
|7 evenings, 6 days walking
|£505 per person
|6 evenings, 6 times walking
|£455 per person
|8 evenings, seven days walking
|£565 per individual
|7 evenings, seven days walking
|£515 per person
|9 evenings, 8 days walking
|£640 per individual
|8 nights, 8 times walking
|£590 per person
|10 evenings, 9 times walking
|£710 per person
|9 nights, 9 times walking
|£660 per person
|Our prices are based on two different people sharing a space. If you are walking by yourself, or are part of an organization, but require a space of your own, one of the following fees pertains:
|£30 per person / per evening
|£25 per individual / per night
|You can add rest days at some of the over night stops:
|Extra night (traditional)
|£50 per individual / per night
|Additional night (Bridge of Orchy)
|£60 per individual / per night
|Additional night (Inveroran)
|£55 per person / per evening
|Additional evening (Kingshouse)
|Extra night (Rowardennan)
|47 kilometers (75 kilometer)
|Milngavie to Crianlarich
|48 kilometers (76.5 kilometer)
|Crianlarich to Fort William