West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is Scotland’s best and most popular long distance walk. It runs 96 miles (154 kilometres) from Milngavie on the outskirts of Glasgow to Fort William. Opened in 1980 as the first official long distance footpath in Scotland’s it remains our best loved long distance walk.

Taking in spectacular landscapes from tranquil lochs to dramatic mountain ranges and rushing rivers you’ll be rewarded with vistas of ever changing landscapes on your walk through the wonderful West Highlands of Scotland.

The West Highland Way takes on average 7 days to complete and Drymen is the first stop on day one after setting off from Milngavie. This section of the walk takes around 7 hours.