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Hiking routes on Scotland's mountains

Hill-walking and scrambling routes on Scotland's mountains

The routes are grouped below into regions to enable you to find something to hike over in the area that you're visiting.

Hill walking areas in Scotland


Islands
Islands
From the wild, rough and technically challenging peaks of Arran, Skye and Rum contrast with the easier hills on Uist, Harris and Mull.

Northern Highlands
Northern Highlands
Some long walks into wild area to reach mountains with wonderful, distant views.

Western Highlands
Western Highlands
Long chains of peaks enable multi-Munro and Corbett bagging days with superb views.

Eastern Highlands and Cairngorms
Eastern Highlands
Vast areas of high moorland and artic-tundra sit above craggy dark corries.

Central Highlands
Central Highlands
Around Glencoe, Etive, Laggan and Nevis, rugged peaks sit in areas steeped in history.

Southern Highlands
Southern Highlands
Popular hills and mountains, typically with well-defined paths, introduce many people to the pleasures of hill-walking and climbing.

Southern Uplands
Southern Uplands
No Munros, but plenty of other hills with character. The remote areas in Galloway give way to more accessible hills nearing the populated Central Belt.




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