- An updated and current description of Scotland's most
popular official long-distance route from Milngavie,
Glasgow, to Fort William. Opened in 1980, the 95 miles
of the route pass through the lowlands to the highlands,
and are accompanied by the spendour of the glens flanked
by great mountains, the loveliness of Loch Lomond and the
wild remoteness of Rannoch Moor.
The route is consistently waymarked throughout and is
suitable for walking throughout most of the year.
Described in eight day-stages, the route provides a
fantastic introduction to the Scottish Highlands.
There is great association between much of the Way and
the historical past of Scotland. Much of the route
pursues ancient drove roads or old military roads built
in the 18th century.
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