Up date on route for West Highland Way

Day 1…. Milngavie to Drymen….. 12 miles.

Day 2…. Drymen to Rowadennan…. 15 miles

Day 3….Rowardennan to Inverarnan…. 14 miles

Day 4….Inverarnan to Bridge of Orchy ….19 miles

Day 5….Bridge of Orchy to Kinlocleven ….21 miles

Day 6…Kinlocleven to Fort William….. 14 miles

Day 7 and 8 in Fort williamร‚ย  where the plan is to do Ben Nevis.

All accommodation now booked so just need some long training walks and trips to the gym to make sure I am fit and ready.

Although I have lived in Scotland and my eldest son was born in Inverness I have never walked in Scotland.

Walking in Scotland has been a dream of mine for many many years so you can imagine how excited I am about this trip ๐Ÿ™‚

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9 thoughts on “Up date on route for West Highland Way

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  3. Ellee

    Sally, you must try the local mussels caught from the lochs the very same day. David says they are even better than the French mussels, and he is an expert on them. We had some from Loch Fyne even, and the scallops were huge.

  4. Ellee

    Ben Nevis isn’t too bad, lots of my friends have done it and one lawyer friend in Mallaig is a mountain guide and rescues lots of people there who lose their way. You need to watch the mist which is very deceptive. Stephen is still cross with me for not letting him walk it with David when we visited the Highlands. It is so gorgeous there. Good luck with the training.

  5. Boni Sones

    Walking in Scotland is unforgettable. The space per individual must be 100 times what people to place formula is here in Cambridge yet alone London. Contrasts are good, but once you get up into those hills that spirtual feeling will spur you on and make coming home that much harder. Keep training, it will be worth it.

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