Explore the most popular Wild Flowers 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.

hiking
bugs
9 hours ago

hiking
icy
snow
1 day ago

Climbed in March in snowy conditions, easy climb in good weather and good views.

on Burn O'Vat

walking
2 days ago

This was a great walk

Easy climb and nice views of tayside and fife.

hiking
bridge out
bugs
8 days ago

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

Vi gik denne tur sidste år i juli, det er en fantastisk smuk tur og en imellem hård. det er turen for alle der kan lide smuk natur, lidt sved på panden. og når man nu er i fort William, skal man da ud og køre med "Harry Potter tog"

maspie den is closed at the moment ( may 2020) check before travelling

Brutal

Lovely wee walk dog friendly. A steep walk to the top where the waterfall is but worth it.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
15 days ago

A pleasant walk or run. Obvious I know but you will need a good torch for the tunnel and don't forget to stick your head in the room half way. Rumour is a tramp used to live there. The tunnel was also used to store the Royal Train during WW2.

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.

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.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

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

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

I hiked this section back in October 2015, while living in Edinburgh. It was a really fun hike. My buddy and I "wild camped" as they call it there just outside of Kinlochleven and about halfway up Ben Nevis. On the recommendation of some other hikers (some RAF guys doing a charity walk), we took the trail that goes around to the north face of Ben Nevis. The trail is roughly a third of the way up the main trail to the summit. We camped the second night near a small loch on the north trail. We tried to go to the top of Ben Nevis the next day but didn't find the trail going up in time and had to hike down to Fort William. The trail overall is pretty easy and flat until Ben Nevis, and the hike up isn't too grueling with a full pack. Highly recommend this trail. Both Kinlochleven and Fort William are nice towns to stay in, and Scots are really nice people.

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

A brief but steep climb to the top with great views of the coast

hiking
flooded
icy
muddy
snow
2 months ago

walking
rocky
2 months ago

Lovely walk from the carpark. Get steep towards the top but it doesn't take too long.

hiking
snow
2 months ago

walking
2 months ago

Lovely walk through some woodland areas with some nice views at the top of the hill. Best views are at the old forts. Some pathways were muddy when I walked this on March 20th but no problems. Parking was not ideal and finding a space could be difficult as this was just dirt track and narrow road.

hiking
icy
muddy
off trail
rocky
2 months ago

Awesome hike.

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