Explore the most popular Running trails in Scotland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Easy climb and nice views of tayside and fife.

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bridge out
bugs
8 days ago

Good walk, white bridge is out, so you have to walk the green bridge route (longer route)

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off trail
rocky
9 days ago

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off trail
over grown
rocky
10 days ago

Great trail for a bit of adventure. Follow the map through the off trial paths to find all the hidden gem spots around the Forrest! Good walk for kids & dogs.

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muddy
rocky
11 days ago

Brutal

Trip was 9 months ago. Amazing mountain and 360 view. It's was hard and challenging. Must see

no shade
rocky
24 days ago

My husband and I hiked this on our first trip to Scotland and having never climbed! We were unprepared for the the incline and it took us about 3 hrs longer than most (9 hrs). we didn't do the loop but went up the valley and back the same route as we only wanted to get to Bidean Nam Bian. The trail was well marked except what small sections that were under snow (In May) the trail is laid with stones and is like being on a stair climber. The view was amazing the whole way and well worth how sore I was for 3 days after. There is a near vertical climb to get to the top (or back down depending on your route) that was surprisingly easy. I cannot wait to go back and do it again and hit all three of the sisters, but will be much more in shape!

hiking
26 days ago

Amazing trail with beautiful views. One of my favorite hikes in the world!

I love this walk, have done it around 4 times now with my other half and dog. Its relatively easy until you hit the 'main' road up to Drymen, then it gets steep but its not for so long. Stunning scenery all along it.

My local park is a relaxing way to spend an hour walking around. The flowers, are not only beautiful but smell lovely on a dry summery day. Its also home to the award winning rose garden which is updated and well kept. The open fields have plenty of space for a dog to run. The baseball field at the top is also a good place for a game of rounders.

I enjoyed it lots good views

Can be a tough climb depending on the weather, even in July be prepared for nasty weather at the top. Beautiful hike though, easy to follow trail

Found this place while just driving around while on vacation. There is a road to the right that a lot of people were hiking, so I assumed that was the right trail. I think that was just a service road and/or a bike trail. It never really seemed to to turn into a legitimate hiking trail. I never saw an outlook either. There is a trail to the left of the sign at the trailhead that looked more like a hiking trail. I wish I’d had more time to venture that way, but I didn’t get there till pretty late and even later after I looped the service road. Then, I wasn’t prepared for night hiking.

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no shade
1 month ago

Good trail, easy access, well signposted. Ground even. Good for dogs/cyclists. Low traffic.

A great walk to the West of Edinburgh bordering the zoo with fabulous views to the City and The Castle etc and all corners of The Lothians.

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muddy
no shade
rocky
scramble
snow
1 month ago

Incredible hike to the top of the UK! Hiked solo, trail was rough in bits, but easy to follow. Scrambled through snow and scree at summit. Can’t wait to go back again!

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