Some hikes you might know aren’t on this list. Why? Because if I haven’t been there, I won’t be writing about it, pretending to review something I have no clue about. So here is my list of hikes that I've experienced.
In this article, I focus on day hikes, meaning no overnight treks. Some are only a couple of hours long, some will take all day but all deserve their spot on this list… except for the last one. That one is more of a warning.
Edinburgh’s huge benefit is the city's perfect location in the southeast of Scotland. If you’ve already discovered all the nooks and crannies of this city, you should take a look also outside its borders. Let's go!
Are you planning a romantic getaway to Scotland? I’ve made a list of the most romantic places in Scotland that we’ve been to. There are tons of them in Scotland, so take a read!
Scotland’s Highlands are extremely beautiful and I hate to say it, because I hate hippie BS calling obscure places off the beaten path, but Assynt really felt like a gem! Here are the 8 best places to visit there!
Scotland’s castles were one of the top things I was looking forward to seeing in the Scotland and boy was I not disappointed! They are some of the most dramatic castles in the world.
Glencoe means incredible hikes and drives on the A82 road with a little bit of Harry Potter and James Bond thrown in. We’ve seen it all and put together a list of the top 11 things to do and see in Glencoe.
To summarize the Isle of Skye, I’d say its incredible cliffs, castles, whisky and stories of fairies. We spent a fantastic couple of days on the island and can say that the Isle of Skye is fantastic! Keep reading.
Edinburgh’s huge advantage is that it’s hilly, meaning picturesque. The central part of Edinburgh is best seen on foot as its compact and you will rarely need to walk more than a 1.5 km. Keep reading to find out more!