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Inveronan Hotel

West Highland Way (section) Inveronan Hotel to Glen Nevis

This all-inclusive tour includes pick up and drop off at Stirling train station, from breakfasts, packed lunches, dinners, tent gear and walking poles, all you need is your personal medications, some warm clothes a sleeping bag and good walking boots

Embark on an extraordinary 3-day adventure with Walk Hill & Glen. This is an all-inclusive guided tour taking you through the stunning landscapes of the Scottish Highlands. Conquer the last section of the renowned West Highland Way over two days, and on the third day, ascend the mighty Ben Nevis before exploring the enchanting Glenfinnan. This comprehensive tour package ensures unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime. Join us for an exceptional Scottish experience, where every detail is designed for an unforgettable journey as you experience:

  • The vast openness of the Scottish Highlands.
  • Having tea-coffee breaks along the way.
  • Walking over the ridge of Rannoch Moor witnessing some stunning views of Glencoe.
  • Ascend the Devil’s Staircase.
  • Walking through mountain ranges.
  • Wildlife.
  • Visit Corpach Shipwreck.
  • Enjoy camping with access to showers.
  • Scotland’s natural beauty.
  • An early morning climb up Ben Nevis.
  • Explore Glenfinnan and hopefully witness the Jacobite Train crossing over the viaduct.
  • On the way home experience the best Fish and Chips in the world at the RealFood Cafe.
  • 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
  • Tent
  • Sleeping Mat
  • Sleeping Pillow
  • Waterproofs
  • Warm clothes like hat and gloves
  • Personal medication, we are first aid trained and carry a full kit but we're not equipped to handle anyone's personal medications
  • Water bottle for hygiene purposes
  • Headtorch
  • Sleeping bag

Tour Plan

Meet and Greet - 07.30

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 tour into the Scottish Highlands.

Arrive at Inveronan Hotel

Embark on an exhilarating day after a scenic drive, with intermittent stops for comfort and capturing moments. Our adventure begins at Inveronan Hotel, where we prepare for the day's hike, ensuring all essentials are in place. Traverse the expansive landscapes of Rannoch Moor, pausing for a delightful tea or coffee break amidst breathtaking views. Continue the journey through Glencoe, reaching the iconic Devil's Staircase.

The Devil's Staircase

Experience stunning views as you pass by the King's House on your way to the Devil's Staircase. The ascent may sound challenging, but it's way more manageable than it seems. As you climb, the impressive views unfold behind you, so be sure to take moments to glance back. Reaching the summit brings the reward of strolling through the mountain range, continuing your journey toward Kinlochleven campsite. Enjoy the amenities at the campsite, including showers and a dry room if needed.


Indulge in a delightful dinner at the Tailrace Inn, followed by a relaxing evening with a few drinks at the Inn. Afterward, return to the campsite where your comfortable tent awaits, ensuring a restful night under the stars.

Day 2

Commence your day with a full Scottish breakfast before embarking on an unforgettable hike towards Glen Nevis campsite. Exiting the campsite, ascend to capture the scenic Kinlochleven from an elevated perspective-a splendid view for a brief hike. The journey unfolds through the mountain range, with each step offering increasingly breathtaking views along the path to Glen Nevis. Take a moment to unwind with tea or coffee break against the stunning backdrop. Continuing along the trail, passing through thin scattered woodland you'll reach a split path. Opt for the high road to Glen Nevis, where the iconic Ben Nevis emerges in the distance. As you draw near to Glen Nevis, the Mighty Ben Nevis looms large, providing a captivating glimpse of the path you'll tread early in the morning. This enchanting journey concludes with a sense of accomplishment and anticipation for the adventures that lie ahead.


Indulge in a unique dining experience within our air shelter, featuring delicious homemade outdoor cooking. Following dinner have a well deserved shower and relax for the night. An early night is advised as your climb up Ben Nevis is an early rise 05.00

Day 3

Prepare for another exhilarating day with an early rise of 05.00 to summit Ben Nevis. Pack a bag with essential items, and enjoy a quick breakfast featuring fresh fruit. We'll provide a packed lunch for your ascent, along with a kettle for a hot cup of tea or coffee. As we leave the campsite, there's a chance to grab some treats from the bakery-snack van. Arriving at the foot of Ben Nevis, soak in the captivating morning scenery with lingering mist. Remember, climbing Ben Nevisis not a race, but we aim to time our adventure to witness the Jacobite Train crossing the viaduct at Glenfinnan, scheduled for 15.00.

Heading home.

As we journey back, we're open to making a few stops for those last-minute photo opportunities, taking a different route to Stirling train station. Before bidding farewell, we'll make a must stop at the renowned RealFood Cafe in Tyndrum, celebrated for serving the best Fish and Chips in the world. Finally, we'll arrive at Stirling train station, where we'll say our fond farewlls.

From £360 per adult

Departure days

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

April — September

Contact details

Walk Hill & Glen

United Kingdom
FK17 8HY

Tour information


3 Days


  • Minibus


  • Private
  • Small Group (1-16)

Tour prices

From £360 Per Adult

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Prices are subject to change depending on season

Walk Hill & Glen

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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