West Highland Way - 2017 OffersArguably Scotland's most famous long distance walking route. Starts at Milngavie on the outskirts of Scotland's largest city (Glasgow) and travels north for 96 miles to Fort William nestling under the shadow of Scotland's highest mountain (Ben Nevis). Read More +
Great Glen Way - 2017 OffersThe Great Glen Way starts in Fort William in the West Highlands of Scotland and travels 73 miles North to Inverness. For the most part the walk is of low level walking, following the Tow Paths of the Caledonian Canal. The Great Glen is Scotland's greatest Geological Fault and takes in fabulous scenery and features such as Neptunes Staircase. Read More +
Speyside Way - 2017 OffersThis wonderful official Scottish Walking Route starts on Scotland's Moray Coast at Buckie and follows the River Spey to Scotlands Highland Resort of Aviemore on the edge of the Grampian Mountain Range. Read More +
- Scotland North Coast 500
- Outer Hebridean Way
- WHW - Mountain Biking
- WHW Dog Friendly
From the capital of the Highlands, Inverness commands some of the most breathtaking and rugged of landscapes that Scotland has to offer.
Just over 500 miles of truly cycling excellence. Carefully arranged over the course of eight days, you will travel along this courageous route sampling whisky, blonde beaches, standing stones, safe in the knowledge of the full support of the AMS Outdoors Minibus and Bike Trailer as back-up.
Every day will be different averaging over 50 miles per day. Independently travelling with knowing someone has your back will let you delight in this lands rugged sharp edge. Fitness levels should be extremely high to allow you to enjoy every day on your bike. Luggage will also be transported daily to your next accommodation.
|Day 1||65 Miles|
|Day 2||66 Miles|
|Day 3||76 Miles|
|Day 4||68 Miles|
|Day 5||64 Miles|
|Day 6||64 Miles|
|Day 7||75 Miles|
|Day 8||65 Miles|
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On the very edge of Europe, cycling 185 miles through ten islands over six causeways and using two ferries.
From the south of the island of Vatersay to the Butt of Lewis you will experience the purest of Atlantic fresh air with some of the quietest and most rural roads to be found in the UK.
Travelling with AMS Outdoors from the edge of Glasgow to Oban, where we catch a Calmac Ferry to Barra and have an overnight stay in Barra to start this wonderful expedition to following morning.
A full four days of independent cycling with full AMS Outdoors Minibus and Bike Trailer Support to call on. The final day will see you end this route at the Butt of Lewis and no doubt sample a dram or two!
The return to Glasgow starts early on the last morning with a Calmac Ferry from Stornoway to Ullapool in far North Western Scotland with an AMS Outdoors minibus transfer back to Glasgow. This will undeniably be a holiday of the decade
A true thrill on the end of Europe with "Total Peace of Mind"
|Butt of Lewis||54mls/87kms|
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Mountain Biking on the West Highland Way
Not for the fainthearted !!!
A tough gruelling three days on the West Highland Way only made tougher by taking along your two-wheeled friend.
It's a tough walking route that throws many different difficulties towards taking your mountain bike along.
Carefully selected, cycle friendly accommodations which host bike storage is available at stop-over locations.
Booking Conditions Apply (see booking form).
|Bridge of Orchy/Inveroran||32 Miles/34 Miles|
|Fort William||35 Miles/33 Miles|
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"Dog Friendly WHW"
Carefully selected Dog Friendly Accommodation for your walking holiday on the West Highland Way.
What better way to track Scotland's most famous West Highland Way then with your favourite four legged companion.
Accommodation is limited and booking conditions apply (see booking page for further details). Your friendly companion also gets his own luggage allowance.
|Bridge of Orchy||12 Miles|
|Fort William||14 Miles|
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