National Walking Trails
There are 23 national walking trails in England, Scotland and Wales, don’t forget your trekking poles !
Cape Wrath Trail
The Cape Wrath Trail is the expedition of a lifetime, traversing 200 miles of Scotland’s wildest and most beautiful country
Great Glen Way
The Great Glen Way runs 73 miles from Fort William to Inverness along the Great Glen Fault closely following the line of the Caledonian Canal
Hidden coves, deserted beaches, woods & forests, castles & fishing villages and an abundance of wildlife.
St Cuthbert’s Way
A 100km route from Melrose in the Scottish Borders to Holy Island off the Northumberland Coast
Scottish National Trail
The Scottish National Trail is an 864 kilometre long distance walking route running the length of Scotland from Kirk Yetholm to Cape Wrath
Southern Upland Way
Scotland’s 211 mile Coast to Coast route from Portpatrick on the west coast to Cove and Cockburnspath on the east coast.
The Speyside Way runs from Buckie on the shore of the Moray Firth south westwards to Aviemore on the edge of the Cairngorm Mountains, a distance of approximately 65 miles.
West Highland Way
Scotland’s premier trail stretching 154 km from Loch Lomond to Fort William
Pembrokeshire Coast Path
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for 186 miles along some of the most breathtaking coastline in Britain
Re-live the adventures of Owain Glyndŵr, the last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales along the 135 miles of rolling farmland, moorland, forests, lakes and reservoirs
Steeped in history the route follows the English/Welsh border for 177 miles alongside the 8th Century Dyke
Interactive map of the national walking trails