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4fb9d08492 The official statement from Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Parkregarding cycling the West Highland Way states that: On narrow sections, cycling may cause problems for other people, such as walkers and horse riders. Sat 7 / 5 steven65 03/05/2011 0 West Highland Way Benedict 03/09/2010 0 1/2 The West Highland Way Walkscot 26/03/2010 0 Share your report for the chance to win gear every month Share on Walking can be dangerous and is done entirely at your own risk. There is a wild camping area set aside near both these places. Rowardennan is quite an isolated location and offers only a hotel and SYHA hostel. Latest News.. Likewise the Kingshouse is another old inn, in a spectacular location. Citylink run a bus service between Glasgow and Fort William (and on to Inverness / Skye) that can be used to reachthe stages along the way, including Inverarnan, Crianlarich, Tyndrum, Bridge of Orchy and Kingshouse. West Highland Way Map & Guide Three walkers on the West Highland Way The following is a guide to the West Highland Way, designed to help you in booking your baggage transfer. Drymen offers a choice of both bed and breakfast and hotels, plus a campsite at Easter Drumquhassle Farm.
If you can afford the time, plan the trip over 10 days, with an extra day in the middle for rest or explorationalong the West Highland Way. Users' walk reports for the West Highland Way There are 1589 Walkhighlanders who have completed the West Highland Way, including you. Title AuthorDate walked Likes The West Highland Way - Solo hike Venneberg 16/07/2012 22 West Highland Way for the Easter Hols Dunfie 31/03/2012 19 50th Birthday wish! West Highland Way tibo 27/06/2015 13 west highland way backpacking brodiedillon303 14/04/2012 10 7 days, 5 girls, 2 charities and The West Highland Way! Cissyface 01/08/2012 9 west highland way June 2011 nzt2011 12/06/2011 9 Blisters 1, toe nails 9, teeth one fewer than before! Chrisabelle 24/09/2012 8 WHW 2011/2012 welshy165 02/05/2012 8 A very good walk, but take your time eggyboff 15/05/2016 7 Walking the walk! A day by day account and advice! Teddie1303 02/04/2011 6 WHW (or Teletubbies putting themselves in the way of beauty) nitamiriam 01/04/2016 5 West Highland Way 4 Days in Nov 2015 scotland606 04/11/2015 5 Winter West Highland Way 3 Days AlexFrood 23/03/2013 5 WHW a beautiful scorcher and The Ben to finish Zafar 20/05/2012 5 Six Sunny Days in June trainspotter 02/06/2012 4 A french on West Highland Way. The most popular option chosen by walkers is the7 day walk: Day 1: Milngavie to Drymen 12 Miles Day 2: Drymen to Rowardennan 14 Miles Day 3: Rowardennan to Inverarnan 14 Miles Day 4: Inverarnan to Tyndrum 12 Miles Day 5: Tyndrum to Kingshouse 19 Miles Day 6: Kingshouse to Kinlochleven 9 Miles Day 7: Kinlochleven to Fort William 16 Miles For the more experienced walker here is a5 day walk: Day 1: Milngavie to Balmaha 19 Miles Day 2: Balmaha to Inverarnan 21 Miles Day 3: Inverarnan to Bridge of Orchy 19 Miles Day 4: Bridge of Orchy to Kinlochleven 21 Miles Day 5: Kinlochleven to Fort William 16 Miles Its possible to travel the West Highland Way all year round, but our Baggage Transfer Service is restricted to operating fromMarch to October.Take extreme caution if travelling during Winter. Our users have contributed 75 public walk reports for the route. The wild camping ban extends until shortly beyond Rowardennan. Information is provided free of charge; it is each walker's responsibility to check it and navigate using a map and compass. Timetables for all the routes can be found on Traveline Scotland. Walks Highlands Sutherland & Caithness Ullapool & Assynt Torridon & Gairloch Kintail & Lochalsh Loch Ness & Affric Moray Fort William Cairngorms & Aviemore Perthshire Argyll & Oban Loch Lomond Aberdeenshire Angus Islands Isle of Skye Isle of Mull Outer Hebrides Isle of Arran Coll, Tiree and the Small Isles Islay, Jura & Colonsay Orkney Isle of Bute Isle of Gigha Isle of Lismore Isle of Raasay Isle of Ulva Lowlands Fife & Stirling Edinburgh & Lothian Glasgow & Ayrshire Dumfries & Galloway Scottish Borders Long Distance Walks Search all walks News Gear Accommodation Self-catering cottages Hotels and Inns Bed and Breakfast Hostels and Bunkhouses Campervan Hire Guiding & Holidays Buy Photos Forum Hills Munros Corbetts Grahams Donalds Sub 2000ers Wainwrights Hewitts (England & Wales) Safety GPS Planner Home Scotland's Long Distance Walks West Highland Way The West Highland Way The West Highland Way was Scotland's first long distance route and remains by far the most popular. For more usefulinteractivefeatures, you can also view the West Highland Way map directly on Google Maps.