The Great Glen Way enjoys a variety of walking terrain, following canal towpaths, forest tracks and roads, on well maintained tracks and paths with excellent signposting along the way. The Great Glen Way is a low-level yet challenging long distance route, suitable for all level of walkers from the more experienced to those new to walking holidays.
We take the stress out of your trip with expert local knowledge, hand-picked accommodation, luggage transfers and detailed support to help you find your way. You will need full walking kit including a waterproof jacket and trousers, a small day sack and comfortable walking boots. You will receive a more detailed kit list upon booking. This trip is based on 2 people sharing, so if you are a solo traveller please contact us for further details and we will be happy to help.
- 6 nights’ accommodation in a good quality B&B or hotel with ensuite or private bathroom and breakfast
- Luggage transfers each walking day
- Map and guide book plus detailed directions to your accommodation from the trail
- Expert local knowledge and 24 hour emergency assistance during your trip
- Professional event organisation
- Travel to the start and finish points of the trip
- Lunches and evening meals
- Personal insurance (for cancellation, accident, health, emergency evacuation and loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal effects)
- Guiding (please contact us if you would like this trip to be guided)
- Single room supplement £35 per person per night (subject to availability)
- Solo traveller supplement £35 per person per night
- Odd group supplement £35 per group per night may apply
- Extra night prior to start (single room) £95 per person
- Extra night prior to the start (twin room, needs 2 people) £75 per person
- Extra night at the end of the event (single room) £95 per person
- Extra night at the end of the event (twin room, needs 2 people) £75 per person
Please select from Optional Extras at checkout.
Getting There and Back
Heading north: M6 and A74/M74 to travel north to Glasgow, skirting the city on the M8 before following the A82 north to Fort William. Alternatively, use the A1 to reach Edinburgh and cross the Forth Road Bridge, then follow the M90 and A9 north to Inverness, the longest road in Scotland!
Fort William & Inverness are both accessible via Glasgow and Edinburgh. Check traveline.info for the latest public transport information. From Glasgow or Edinburgh catch the ‘CityLink’ bus to Fort William and return from Inverness.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are the closest major International Airports to Fort William and Inverness.