Walk Scotland’s Highlands With Us

The year after we walked the Camino de Santiago, we journeyed to our former home, Scotland, to walk the West Highland Way. It was magnificent! Sue has a slide show for you.

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14 thoughts on “Walk Scotland’s Highlands With Us

  1. Lori Oliver-Tierney

    I love your posts. Thank you for taking me places I will probably only get to in my heart. Happy trails


  2. Jackie Bachman

    Loved the slide show! Beautiful skies and interesting church bunk house!

    Sent from my iPad



  3. Silva

    There’s a reason why it was so green, but looks like you lucked out with weather. Thank you, I enjoyed that!

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  4. Malcolm & Barbara

    Great slide show. I did not know about Inversnaid Bunkhouse. Must check it out the next time I am up that way. We have fond memories of meeting you in St Andrews after your walk, and that was in very heavy rain, (just the usual for us overhear). Thanks again, we love following your adventures.


  5. Jeannie Harsha

    Beautiful! Thank you for sharing🥰

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  6. Beautifully rendered photos of the terrain. Great job on the slideshow.

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  7. Great Slideshow, I could almost hear the bagpipes! Makes my Celtic soul come alive, Joe

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  8. Mary Troester

    I am planning a trip to Iona Scotland in May 2020 and would like to add a week to hike in the Highlands. I would love to have the opportunity to hear about your trekking there. It sounds like you live North of Mt Shasta. I live in Chico. If I travelled up your way could I take you two out to lunch in exchange for a story of the Scotyish Highlands or two?


    • We have lots of information and photos about the highlands and our hike on our blog. Feel free to take a look…or there is a ton of additional info online.


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