The Glencoe Experience, Scottish Highlands
This all-inclusive guided tour around Glencoe includes pick up and drop off at Stirling train station, from breakfasts, packed lunches, dinners, tent equipment. All you need is warm clothes, personal medications, walking boots and a sleeping bag
Embark on an unforgettable journey through the majestic Scottish Highlands with our exclusive Glencoe tour. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Glencoe’s towering mountains during this all-inclusive 3-day adventure. Our guided tour ensures you experience the best of Glencoe, from exploration to creating cherished memories of this enchanting destination. Discover the heart of Glencoe with us – where every moment is a new adventure as you explore:
- Climb Buachaille Etive Mor, a Munro. (3.351 ft).
- A fan of James Bond, a visit to Glen Etive.
- Visit Ralston Cairn.
- Go for a dip in an outdoor rock pool.
- Visit the Glencoe Massacre Monument.
- Walk up through the gorge to the hidden valley.
- Enjoy an easy stroll around the Lochan Trail.
- The Slate Quarry.
- Glencoe’s village.
- Have dinner in Glencoe’s village.
- Enjoy a campfire under the stars of Glencoe.
- Backpack for all your personal Items, food and drink
- Full packed Lunch, we'll email you to get your preferences once you book
- Tea Coffee, and water which our tour guide will be carrying along the way
- Poncho in case any of the famous Scottish rain comes in
- Walking Poles
- Sleeping Mat
- Sleeping Pillow
- Warm clothes like hat and gloves
- Personal medication, we are first aid trained and carry a full kit but are not equipped to handle anyone's personal medication
- Water bottle for hygiene purposes
- Sleeping bag
Meet and Greet - 08.00am
We'll pick you up at Stirling train station where we will introduce you to the tour and make sure you're ready for your adventure tour to Glencoe.
A short stop at Callander
Indulge in a delicious snack at Mhor's Baker and take a refreshing break before proceeding with your Journey to the breathtaking destination of Glencoe.
Arrive at Glencoe
Embark on a rejuvenating hike up the renowned Buachaille Etive Mor after a long drive, treating yourself to the breathtaking views from the summit. Following a satisfying meal (packed lunch) at the top, we'll head back to the van. En route to the campsite, a visit to the Glencoe Massacre Monument awaits. Upon reaching the campsite, unwind with a well deserved shower before relishing a delicious dinner in the charming village of Glencoe. Conclude the evening with a cosy fire gathering under the stars, ending the day with a peaceful night's sleep in your tent.
Begin your day with a satisfying Scottish breakfast, surrounded by majestic mountains. Embark on a captivating adventure by hiking through the enchanting gorge of Glencoe to discover the Hidden Valley-a historical refuge where MacDonald's concealed stolen cattle. Exercise caution as you ascend through the gorge, as it can be challenging-dangerous. Upon reaching the Valley, find yourself immersed in a vast, serene landscape, encircled by towering mountains. The tranquility of this unique location is truly extraordinary.
Glencoe's Lochan Trail.
Arrive at the Lochan Trail to savour breathtaking views while indulging in a leisurely stroll. Delight in a packed lunch accompanied by a hot beverage amidst the picturesque surroundings
Return to the campsite for a refreshing shower before venturing to the village for a delightful dinner. Conclude your evening with a cosy fire reflecting on the day's adventure.
Start your day with a hearty breakfast at the campsite, gearing up for the final day's adventure. Explore the poignant story behind Ralston Cairn. After leaving the Cairn, journey to a serene rock pool for a refreshing dip, offering splendid views and a cooling respite from the few day's walking. For James Bond enthusiasts, a visit to Glen Etive awaits, where the iconic James Bond picture was captured.
The way home.
The adventure doesn't conclude when we head home. Capture some last memories with final snapshots of Glencoe. On the journey back, savour the world's finest fish and chips at the RealFood Cafe in Tyndrum. Our journey concludes as we drop you off at Stirling train station, bidding our farewells.
- Small Group (1-16)
Tour company information
Walk Hill & Glen
At Walk Hill and Glen, we are a family-owned and operated guided walking tour company specializing in the breathtaking Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. We offer a range of options to suit your needs, from day tours to overnight camping experiences, complete with all necessary equipment (except for sleeping bags). Upgrade your experience with our luxury accommodation options, but be sure to book early to secure your spot. Join us for an unforgettable journey of walking, exploring, and being expertly catered for.
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