West Highland Way (Guided & Supported)

From £1089 per adult

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April — September

A guided trek into the Highlands! The West Highland Way is the most famous and perhaps best loved long distance walking route in Scotland. It is 96 miles/154kmlong, starting in Milngavie (on the edge of Glasgow) and ending in Fort William.

The West Highland Way is an incredibly diverse trail which explores some of the best scenery Scotland has to offer. From mountains and lochs, to moorland and farmland, the West Highland Way trek really does have it all.

Highlights of the West Highland Way

  • Walking along "the bonnie banks o' Loch Lomond"
  • Expansive views from Conic Hill
  • Crossing the impressive Rannoch Moor to arrive in Glen Coe under the iconic Buachaille Etive Mor
  • Climbing the Devil's Staircase out of Glen Coe
  • Finishing in the shadow of Scotland’s largest mountain, Ben Nevis.

What's included with this holiday?

  • Accommodation (8 nights)
  • 7 Days walking
  • A qualified Mountain Leader as your guide
  • Support of a dedicated Trek Manager
  • A full information pack
  • Luggage transfer
  • Maximum group size of 12
  • Free transport back to Milngavie
  • Support Vehicle available (so you can skip a section)

Is the West Highland Way right for me?

We have had a great variety of people successfully enjoy the West Highland Way. Our customers range in age and ability, which is what makes this trail so special. From long distance first timers to very experienced walkers, both young and old, this trail has something for everyone. Suitable for anyone with reasonable fitness and a bit of determination.

Contact details

Thistle Trekking
Hawthorn Cottage
Scottish Borders
Small Group (1-16)

Tour prices


  • £1089 Per Adult

Tour company information

Thistle Trekking

Thistle Trekking provides guided trekking, walking and mountaineering holidays in the UK, including the West Highland Way, the Cape Wrath Trail and the Skye Trail. All our guided treks give you the luxury of enjoying the walk without having to worry about organising all the details. All our guides have as a minimum the Mountain Leader qualification and all our treks include accommodation, baggage transfer and the back-up of a support vehicle. This means you can just enjoy the trail and let us do all the worrying for you!

Opening times

Our treks, walks and mountain trips run from April through to the end of September. See our trekking calendar for all our trek dates: https://www.thistletrekking.co.uk/2020-trekking-calendar/

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