There is no better way to spend a weekend than on the West Highland Way. Scotland’s wonderful, long distance route follows ancient and historic routes of communication and makes use of Drove Roads, Military Roads and Disused Railway Tracks
Our weekend trek will take us along 26 miles of this ancient path from Rowardennan to Tyndrum via Inverarnan. This hard but rewarding walk will grant us superb views as we wind along the shores of Loch Lomond through ancient forest. The two days of glen and low pass walking amid outstanding mountain scenery, offer real charm and historic sites abound: Rob Roy’s Cave; Grey Mares Tail waterfall; The Falls of Falloch; St Fillan’s Chapel ruins, which date back further than Robert the Bruce in 1318.
Day 1 – Meet at Glasgow Central Train Station/Glasgow International Airport at approx. 2pm for a 1 ½ hour transfer to campsite at Inverarnan. Evening meal and briefing.
Day 2 – Transfer to Rowardennan. Trek Rowardennan to campsite at Inverarnan.
Approximate trekking distance – 14 miles (22.4km). This will take approx. 9hrs
Day 3 – Early start, walking straight from camp. Trek Inverarnan to Tyndrum. Transfer back to the campsite in Inverarnan and then on to Glasgow Central Train Station and Glasgow Airport (eta in Glasgow approx. 6:30pm).
Approximate trekking distance – 12 miles (19.3km). This will take approx. 8hrs
Registration Fee: £70
Minimum Sponsorship: £460
This Trek has been organised by Global Adventure Challenges. For more information see the West Highland Way Brochure
To Register please follow this LINK