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Best Places for Hiking in Scotland

If hiking is your forte, there is no other place like Scotland on Earth for you.
Prerana Jamdarkhana Aug 30, 2019

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Its time to clean up your hiking boots and head to this mesmerizing country, waiting for you to be explored. Having been a shooting location for films and TV shows, imagine walking through your favorite scenes! How exciting!
West Highland Way - Hike the 96-mile stretch, along the stunning scenery on the banks of Loch Lomond and awe at mountains in Glen Coe.
Great Glen Way- Designated as one of Scotland's Great Trails by Scottish Natural Heritage, the 125 km walk is an enthralling experience.

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Arthur’s Seat- A 2-hour hiking trail to Edinburgh’s extinct volcano, climb Arthur’s seat atop hills of Salisbury Crags for panoramic views of magnificent skyline.

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Muckle Flugga- The strikingly beautiful coastline of Muckle Flugga and Hermaness National Nature Reserve, about an hour’s walk, make you long for more.
Isle of Skye- Be it Fairy Pools for a day or a short 2-hour walk to Quiraing, formed from giant landslides, this dramatic setting of nature is Scotland's hiking favorite.
Fife Coastal Path- Around 7 days hike to the white sand beaches edged on a peninsula in the east coast of Scotland is a never-miss-this spot for hiking.
Rob Roy Way- A majestic stretch of 127 km between Drymen and Pitlochry, the trail gets its name from Rob Roy MacGregor, who used the way during his period of rebellion.
Southern Upland Way- An untouched beauty, the long trail runs for 344 km from Portpatrick to Cockburnspath. It is a must-have experience in the lap of nature.

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Cairngorms- UK’s largest National Park has all types of hiking options, offering rough tracks, sneaking through wilderness and trails that have unique stories about the history of the land.

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Lovers’ Stone- The secluded charm in St Kilda attracts tourists for a day’s hike to the romantic legend of the Lovers’ Stone. The site has a double World Heritage status.