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West Highland Way

The West Highland Way

was the first established longdistance footpath in Scotland.It runs for 152 km (95 miles) from Milngavie - just north of Glasgow - northwards to Fort William.From the outskirts of Scotland's largest city to the foot of its largest mountain, along the shores of its largest loch and across its grandest moor. From lowland to highland.It is a magnificent walk of very varied character through some of thefinest scenery of lowland and highland, mountain and loch, woodlandand moorland.Opened in 1980 much of the WHW follows ancient and historicrouteways. It uses old footpaths of the Highlanders, droveroads by which cattle was brought from the Highlands to the markets in the Lowlands, old military roads built in the 18th century and dismantledrailway lines.During the holiday season in July and August the WHW can be very busy and hotels, hostels and B&B's can be fully booked. Book ahead if you want a roof above your head or take a tent with you. A tent will give you the freedom to change plans or give you shelter and a place to sleep if, for some reason, you don't reach your planned destination. Springmonths April, May and June usually have the lowest rainfall, about 18 hours of daylight and midges won't be around in zillions yet. Autumn can be very wet and windy and winter can make the walking difficult, even dangerous, when snow is falling and everything is iced up. Also accomodation will be less available in winter and daylight hours are short.





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