East Highland Way Walking Holidays
Walk from Fort William to Aviemore on the secluded route of the East Highland Way. Through remote mountain ranges and along lochside trails, you'll explore iconic Scottish scenery, with plenty of opportunity to spot local wildlife.
Walking holidays with Contours are self-guided, so departure times are completely flexible and you can build your walking group entirely from friends and family — or opt to hike alone.
Daily luggage transfers are included, along with 24/7 emergency support, breakfast each morning, and all the maps and guidebooks you'll need to find your way.
Itineraries range from 4 to 8 walking days, so you can pick out the right daily mileages to match your pace.
Looking to explore somewhere in particular? Add in extra nights at your favourite spots to enjoy rest days or see the sights.
Our East Highland Way holidays are dog-friendly, too.
From £615 per adult
March — October
- Fort William
- Outdoor Activities
From £615 Per Adult
Prices are subject to change depending on season
Tour company information
Contours Holidays organise self-guided walking and trail running holidays in Scotland and across the UK. Our self-guided walking holidays are led by you. We organise all the important details, from daily luggage transfers to nightly accommodation, so you can focus solely on discovering your chosen route at your own pace - with friends, family or out on your own.
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