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hiking
1 day ago

Great time! Great people along the trail. Use Macs Adventures and had excellent service.

Awe-freakin-some! Amazing view of the area. I was fortunate enough to start chatting with a local whose knowledge of the area was amazing!

Just started getting into hiking and walking and decided to try this route. Very good, yeah first time going up that stoney hill path can take your breath away but that's just me being a beginner and unfit. Really beautiful views. Definitely coming back.

hiking
5 days ago

This was an amazing stop and a highlight of my Highlands tour many years ago. Just east of Glencoe village, this area is remarkably rugged and beautiful. I stopped at an overlook near The Three Sisters, hiking down a short distance to the River Coe, and then part of the way up into the Lost Valley. I truly hope to get back to this special place one day so I can experience it again and explore it more thoroughly!

Fort William is a picturesque town on Loch Linnhe. It is surrounded by majestic mountains, including Ben Nevis…the UK’s highest peak. This was a great place to stop and explore following the scenic drive down the Caledonian Canal from Inverness.

During my visit years ago, I took the A82 down the length of the Caledonian Canal from Inverness to Fort William, making multiple stops along the various lochs…including famous Loch Ness. I also remember exploring the canal and locks that connect Loch Oich and Loch Lochy. It was a nice spot to experience both the beauty of the area, as well as this partially man-made waterway.

It has been a number of years since my visit, but I distinctly remember this beautiful and unique city. I first explored parts of Old Town from Holyrood House to the Edinburgh Castle. It is easy to feel that you have stepped back in time several centuries, with many remnants of the medieval street plan and architecture. I then headed down the hill to Princes and George Streets in New Town, and the bustling mix of modern day set among the wonderful 18th-century Georgian architecture.

I had a memorable trip years ago through the West Highlands that took me from Fort William to Loch Lomond by way of the scenic A82. I did however make a several stops to explore small portions of this amazing path on foot, most notably at Glen Coe and Glen Orchy/Bridge of Orchy. This area is what I picture when I envision the Scottish Highlands…a beautiful combination of very rugged mountain peaks with the desolate and expansive Rannoch Moor.

trail running
5 days ago

Great day out. Some really nice parts of the walk with beautiful scenery. We walked after few rainy days so it was muddy. I mean it. Really muddy. But still, we had a lot of fun.

hiking
9 days ago

Rather easy walk, beautiful scenery. We walked mainly in the rain so there was a lot of mud and even a stream on some parts of the route.

Very nice, easy walk. Part along the river is very "soothing".

11 days ago