Kildalton Cross, Isle of Islay
Our walking / hiking tours are a good introduction to hiking in Scotland for people with good basic fitness.
These holidays combine hiking with visits to places of interest. Daily distances won’t exceed 6 miles/10km plus varying amounts of ascent, and we don’t expect to hike for longer than 4 hours (plus stops).
Most of your hiking will be on paths, tracks or quiet roads, although the surfaces can be wet and rough, and there will be some steep sections along the way, but no climbs greater than a thousand feet (300m), even in total.
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