Walking on Skye
Portree Isle of Skye
The largest island in the Inner Hebrides is just made for walking. In the Cuillin, both Black and Red, you have the most challenging climbing in Europe with no fewer than a dozen Munros (mountains over 3,000 feet). These are for serious mountaineers and the highly experienced with all the right gear. No walking is ‘easy’ on Skye so come prepared for all conditions. The walks around the otherworldly Quirang are like nothing else in the UK, while a cruise from Elgol into the Cuillin lets the well-equipped hike around Loch Coruisk without having to tackle the precipitous Cuillin peaks themselves
Best Places to stay near Walking on Skye
Osdale CottagesIsle Of Skye, Scottish Isles
Isle of Skye IV55 8WQ
Two lovely two-bedroom holiday cottages in Northwest Skye.
Holidays in Isle Of Skye
Holidays in Scottish Isles
Glenbrittle Youth HostelArgyll & Bute, Highlands
Glenbrittle Carbost Isle of Skye IV47 8TA
A rustic youth hostel set amid the rugged mountains of Skye.
Holidays in Argyll & Bute
Holidays in Highlands