Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye: Perched on the Isle of Skye, the Old Man of Storr is probably one of the best hikes in Scotland for some epic views.
Ben Nevis: This is one of the biggest hikes In Scotland. With Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis needing no introduction.
Iona: The island of Iona is known as a totally gorgeous place to ramble, with a heap of the best hikes in Scotland.
Dun da Lamh:This hike ends at a stunning hill fort that dates back to the Iron Age.
Quinag: Overlooking Assynt in Sutherland, Quinag is a snowy peak that leads to a spineback ridge for hikers to follow.
Beinn Alligin: Beinn Alligin offers walkers not one but two hills that rise over 3,000 feet high.
Loch Carriagean Cairn: A series of cairns that are said to be 4,000 years old lie at Loch Carriagean.
Portmahomack: If you enjoy coastal hiking then a trip to Portmahomack fishing village is the place for you.
Lairig Ghru: If you are an experienced hiker and looking for a 22-mile hike then Lairig Ghru will certainly deliver.