There is no better way to enjoy Scotland than a full immersion in its amazing Outdoors along glacial lochs, fast rivers, fairy tales forests, mountain peaks and ruined castles and farms. Walk the West Highland Way for a unique taste of Real Scotland!
If you love mountains you cannot miss this once in a lifetime experience! Hiking and Outdoor activities are Scots favourites! The West Highland Way can be followed with absolute ease by anyone who loves gentle strolls, mountain landscapes and a real full immersion in the Scottish way of life. The West Highland Way can be walked from South to North or from North to South. With its 96 miles (151 Km) gentle path through the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, it connects the beautiful and progressive City of Glasgow with the village of Fort William, the Outdoor Capital of Scotland. In Fort William you will have the chance to climb the Ben Nevis, the highest of Great Britain mountain peaks, or to taste local Scottish food in a traditional Pub, accompanied by a fresh pint of beer or a whisky dram! The West Highland Way can be walked in absolute comfort in 8 days from Inn to Inn, with luggage free service on demand to allow you to relax and enjoy your time in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Stilla selects the best and most traditional accommodations for you on the way. Diana, one of the 2 Directors of our agency, is a keen mountain guide and has walked herself the whole way, so you can rest assured that our visitors always get the best of her expertise and knowledge every step of the way!
Stilla is a Latin word for "Drop”: of whisky, spring water or lush waterfall, rain, melted snow, ocean.... but also drops of precious Scottish authenticity. In other words, a distillate from Scotland to assure you an exclusive experience! Our team is lead by Federica Giacobbe and Diana Zilioli, both Blue Badge Scottish Tourist Guides and members of the Scottish Tourist Guide Association. We strongly believe that we can help develop a more sustainable and off the beaten track tourism in this beautiful country assuring the visitors an unforgettable experience while supporting local communities.
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