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Scotland is well known for its incredible scenery just great for walking, running or orienteering. What a way to get the feel of what Scotland is about. There are mighty mountains to conquer, magical forest walks and breathtaking coastal adventures to be had on foot. Being in The Van means you can really get the most out of the day. Just pitch up the night before, close to your chosen spot and start your adventure in the morning. For more information on Scottish walks check out http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/ to plan your route.

What about the West Highland Way (68 miles Glasgow/ Milgavie to Fort William or Fort William to Milgavie Glasgow) This route takes you over some of Scotland’s most rugged terrain. It includes the Devils staircase in Glencoe) Transport is available anywhere on the route to take you back to the Vdub.  Alternatively how about the Spey Way? (Above Granton-on-Spey to Spey bay) walking through the heart of the whisky distillery countryside. Remember to stay safe. Safety and skills advice for walking and mountaineering can be found here: http://www.mcofs.org.uk/mountain-safety.asp

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