Trail Experiences in Argyll & the Isles

Stretch your legs, kids and four-legged friends alike, to experience the stunning and varying landscapes of Argyll & the Isles whilst you go on a memorable walking experience.

See ever-changing landscapes, get closer to nature, enjoy a slow-paced adventure to set your heart on fire and reset you mind... it's all here for you.

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East Cowal Heritage Trails

The East Cowal Heritage Trails are a series of short to mid length walks visiting some of the many heritage sites in the shore Villages of Kilmun, Strone, Blairmore and Ardentinny as well as Glen Massan, Lochgoilhead, Inverchapel and Loch Eck.

The Kintyre Way

The Kintyre Way extends from Tarbert at the peninsula’s north end to Southend and criss-crosses the Kintyre peninsula.

Walk the beautiful and unexplored wild Atlantic coast, along 100 miles (161km) of hidden coves, deserted beaches, woods and forests, castles, fishing villages and an abundance of wildlife. The route is broken down into seven sections, providing four to seven days’ worth of walking, depending on your pace. There’s a variety of walking terrain, from serious hiking to gentle rambles.

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Torrisdale Castle Estate Walking Tours

Explore the stunning Torrisdale Castle Estate Tour on the beautiful east coast of Kintyre. The estate is open for woodland walks all year round but we also host regular guided walks which are a wonderful way to explore the estate.

On these tours, guests learn about the history of the estate, see some of the champion trees that we have, and hear tales of marauding generals, resident ghosts, and lost villages.

The Gruffalo Trail

The Gruffalo Trail, set within Ardkinglas Estate in Cairndow, is fantastic fun families and kids of all ages.

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Loch Lomond Faerie Trail

Loch Lomond Faerie Trail is an award-winning woodland full of family adventure. You’ll find Faeries, Trolls, Unicorns, slippery slopes, knobbly trees, fantastic views and amazing food!

Arrochar Alps and The Cobbler

The Arrochar Alps is by far the most spectacular mountain range in the southern Highlands. The most popular hill within this group is Ben Arthur, commonly known as The Cobbler, which is located near the head of Loch Long.

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Paps of Jura

The highest is Beinn an Oir (748m), then Benn Shiantaidh (755m) and Beinn a'Chaolais (734m). There are optional routes to take, varying from three to six miles and to climb all three peaks will take around eight to nine hours.

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Explore all the places to visit in Argyll & the Isles

3700km of coastline, 23 inhabited islands, major towns and villages are all waiting for you.

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