When it comes to walking in Scotland, you are so spoilt for choice with 728 majestic Munros, Corbetts, Grahams and Donalds to choose from. These mountains and hills are located all over Scotland from the Scottish Borders, Dumfries & Galloway, across the central belt of Scotland to Grampian and the Highlands and Islands, every region of Scotland has something to offer keen walkers.
I would like to recommend a couple of sites to help you find the right walking for you. First is Munro Magic where you can fill in a brief form to search from your perfect walk, you can search by distance and time or by mountain name if you know it. Although the name is Walk Highlands this site covers all of Scotland and will help you discover the very best when walking in Scotland.
We have hotels located all over Scotland so once you have decided where you want to walk just check to see if we have a hotel in that location, if not please ask Mark and he will point you in the right direction.
High Street, EH45 8AJ
Walking Breaks at Tontine
Peebles is located in the heart of Upper Tweedale, with some of the best hillwalking in the Scottish Borders. Upper Tweedale is on the doorstep of Peebles and the Tontine Hotel.
Off Edinburgh Road, EH45 8PL
Walking around Cringletie
At Cringletie House Hotel you have the choice of nice relaxing walks around the grounds and garden or something more serious from an hour, a day or a week!
14 Pirn Road, EH44 6HH
Walking in the Scottish Borders
There are many great walks in the Scottish Borders and Caddon View is in the heart of them. The Southern Upland Way and Scotlands National Trail both pass near Innerleithen, and there a many circular walks on these routes.
Sanquhar Dumfries & Galloway, DG4 6JJ
Walking at Blackaddie House Hotel
Blackaddie are right on the Southern Upland Way (it runs past the end of their drive) Lots of other great walking country on their door step. Luggage pick up a possibility depending on logistics.
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