Walking holiday in Scotland on
|We offer the south section of The Hebridean Way as a 78 mile way-marked walking trail. The route can be walked in either direction but our suggested itinerary is from south to north as described in the Cicerone guide book.|
self guided Scottish walking holiday in Scotland's Outer Hebrides crosses
7 islands linked by 6 causeways and 2 ferries. The Hebridean Way passes
through rugged hills, along dazzling white shell beaches and across miles
and miles of open moorland.
Some days you walk-in and walk-out of your accommodations. Some days you are transferred to your accommodation from the end of your walking stage and transferred back the following morning.
12 day itinerary
11 nights, 8 days walking
2 transit days
Min/max daily distance:
Average Daily distance:
easy to moderate
Kisimul Castle at Castlebay
long white sand beaches
standing stones and stone circles
3 ferry journeys
This route connects with
Scottish Island Hopping
Day 1: Arrive at Oban
Day 2: ferry from Oban to Castlebay on Barra
Day 3: Vatersay to Tangasdale on Barra 7 miles moderate
Day 4: Tangasale to North Bay on Barra 7 miles moderate
Day 5: ferry to Eriskay, walk to Dalabrog on South Uist 10 miles easy
Day 6: Dalabrog to Howmore on South Uist 11 miles easy
Day 7: Howmore to Lochcarnon on South Uist 10 miles easy
Day 8: Lochcarnon on South Uist to Balivanich on Benbecula 11 miles
Day 9: Balivanich on Benbecula to Carinish on North Uist 10 miles
Day 10: Carinish to Lochmaddy on North Uist 12 miles
Day 11: ferry Lochmaddy to Uig on Skye, overnight Uig
Day 12: Depart Uig after breakfast
in your Scotland walking holiday
on the Hebridean Way:
walking holiday on the Hebridean Way in the Scotland operates between April
and September and in either direction.
Short walking breaks are also available, with 2 or 3 days walking. Just select the part of the trail you want to walk.
The above distances are only a suggestion. If you would like to walk longer or shorter distances, we can arrange that too.
We pride ourselves in offering the widest choice of bespoke walking holidays in the UK.
for your Scotland walking holiday
on the Hebridean Way:
|How to get there|
to/from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Barra or Stornoway
By Car to Oban
By Train to Oban
By Bus/Coach to Oban and from Uig