Great Glen Way
The Great Glen Way runs 73 miles (117km) following the Great Glen, (or Glen Mor or Glen Albyn). From Fort William on the Atlantic west coast to Inverness on the North Sea.
From Loch Linnhe on the Atlantic coast the route follows canal towpaths, loch shore paths and forestry tracks to reach Inverness, capital of the Highlands. This is a relatively easy, low level route providing great views of the Lochs of the Great Glen and fine panoramas of the surrounding Highlands. With good waymarking, most of the walk is straightforward, along canal towpaths and forest tracks, with few challenging sections.
We have a range of holidays along the Great Glen Way from our full 5,6 or 7 day options. Choose according to the time you have available and the pace you find most comfortable. Click on the links below to have a look at the details for each holiday.
Please bear in mind that the distances each day are trail distances only. They do not take into account walking to your accommodation. On some days the accommodation might be on or close to the trail but on other days you may need to walk one or two miles to get to your overnight stop.
The Great Glen Way
Fort William to Inverness 73 miles/117 km
We offer 3 holidays covering the whole route - the longer the holiday, the shorter you have to walk each day.