The atmospheric hills of Scotland offer some of the best walking in the world and with 284 Scottish mountains (Munros) between 3000 and 4436 ft high plus 220 Corbetts and a rack of other fine peaks, Scotland was created for walking. And as you explore this intriguing land, discover our fascinating cultural and historic heritage, listen for local wildlife and above all, stop to admire the views as part of your walk.
Where to go:Whether you're an experienced hillwalker or a complete novice, the Scottish hills present a serious challenge among incredibly diverse landscapes that, for your own safety, should always be treated with respect.
The National Parks of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs or the Cairngorms, the 'alpine' Black Cuillin of the Isle of Skye, the terraced slopes of the Torridon mountains or the graceful peaks of the Mamores near Ben Nevis are 'must visits' and this just scratches the surface of what's available. Get in touch with the adjacent operators for more advice.
If you like your hillwalking a bit more exciting, but without getting into rock climbing then see the Scrambling section.
Want to get started ?Numerous maps, guidebooks and websites are easily available and cover everything from walking routes to accommodation. A good place to find out more is at the Mountaineering Council of Scotland website. It's also worth having a look at the Scottish Mountaineering Club's website and VisitScotland's dedicated walking site.
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