Walk 206 – Buachaille Etive Mòr Ridge – 8.6 miles

One of the most iconic mountains in Scotland, certainly the most photographed! Buachaille Etive Mòr is a classic mountain ridge walk in the Highlands comprising four summits, two of them Munros. … More Walk 206 – Buachaille Etive Mòr Ridge – 8.6 miles

Isle of Mull Coast to Coast Circular – Salen to Killiechronan (8 miles)

A varied circular walk across the narrowest part of the Isle of Mull, between Salen in the East and /killiechronan in the West. The first half takes you through woodland and forestry and across open hillside. The return is predominantly along a single track road, finishing with the Salen Woodland Walk. … More Isle of Mull Coast to Coast Circular – Salen to Killiechronan (8 miles)

Walk 199 – Blue Bonnet Trails, Ayr & Alloway

The Blue Bonnet Trails are made up of the 3 mile Tam’s Trail and the 1.5 mile Alloway Trail. They follow the journey taken from Ayr Town Centre to Alloway by Tam o’ Shanter as recounted in one of the most famous poems ever written by Rabbie Burns. As you walk the trails look out for the blue bonnet way markers. The route described in the post below is 7.5 miles in total and takes in both trails with the addition of a loop back into Ayr via the beautiful promenade. … More Walk 199 – Blue Bonnet Trails, Ayr & Alloway

Walk 198 – Stewarton to Dunlop – 7.4 miles

A lovely peaceful walk between the two East Ayrshire villages of Stewarton and Dunlop. After a short section through Lainshaw Woods the remainder of the walk uses quiet single track roads before an optional de-tour through the Millennium Woodland Nature Park in Dunlop. There are a few hills on this route, the reward being stunning views across to the Isle of Arran, Ailsa Craig and north to Ben Lomond if it is a clear day! … More Walk 198 – Stewarton to Dunlop – 7.4 miles

Walk 197 – Coodham Estate from Kilmarnock – 6.2 miles

Starting at Dewaldens Garden Centre in Kilmarnock, this route first crosses Caprington Golf Course and then makes use of paved roads and paths to reach the 95 acre Coodham Estate just outside Symington. Take time to explore the Estate’s many interesting features and paths including the lake, mansion, shrine and graveyard, before starting the walk back to Kilmarnock via the high road past Stafflar Farm. A few short busy sections to be aware of – see route info for details. Option to extend past Caprington Castle to form an 8 mile loop. … More Walk 197 – Coodham Estate from Kilmarnock – 6.2 miles

Walk 194 – Glen Orrin from Strathconon, Ross-shire – 8.5 miles

A fantastic circular walk starting at Inverchoran Bridge in the Strathconon Estate, from where you will head into the scenic and remote Glen Orrin to Luipmaldrig bothy. The return section is via a spectacularly scenic hill pass. This is the perfect day out if you want to feel deep in the mountains of the Scottish Highlands without going too high. … More Walk 194 – Glen Orrin from Strathconon, Ross-shire – 8.5 miles

Walk 180 – Dean Plantation from Cairneyhill via West Fife Way – 7.6 miles

This is a semi-circular route starting in the village of Cairneyhill. It takes advantage of the nearby West Fife Cycle Way and network of connecting farm tracks and rights of way to reach the impressive Dean Plantation. Once there you will experience Pitfirrane Dean – a deep gorge, before returning to the village via woodland footpaths and the quiet Pitdinnie Road.  … More Walk 180 – Dean Plantation from Cairneyhill via West Fife Way – 7.6 miles

Walk 177 – Roon The Binn, Burntisland to Aberdour – 8 miles

A circular walk leading you around The Binn, a 193m (633ft) hill which dominates the Fife town of Burntisland. Along the way visit the intriguing remains of the village of Binnend, built to serve the shale oil industry in the 1880s and now lying abandoned in the woodland undergrowth. A mix of residential streets, earth paths and farm tracks, with the return section being along the Fife Coastal Path.  … More Walk 177 – Roon The Binn, Burntisland to Aberdour – 8 miles

Walk 170 – Barony Hill & the Quarry – 7 miles

Rural south Ayrshire at it’s best! Even the drive to the start of this walk is scenic and will leave you desperate to park up and head out! Awaiting you lie quiet country roads, muddy farm tracks and a steep ascent to the fantastic viewpoint atop Barony Hill (310m/1017ft). There is even an optional de-tour to visit the hidden remains of a impressive disused quarry and limekilns.  … More Walk 170 – Barony Hill & the Quarry – 7 miles