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A piedi da Glasgow a Fort William. Forse il trekking più conosciuto, camminando attraverso le Highlands fino ai piedi del Ben Nevis, la montagna più alta del Regno Unito. Un trekking magico, ma anche un po' bagnato.
DAY 1 - Milngavie to Drymen
The first day is an easy introduction to the trek. We’ll leave the city life behind and quickly enter the countryside. We’ll walk on a mix of paths and road through the beautiful Campsie Fells to small village of Drymen, where you’ll have a nice dinner and a rest.
DAY 2 - Drymen to Rowardennan
On the first half of the day we’ll walk up Conic Hill, a small hill with great views over Loch Lomond and the Highlands fault line. Then we’ll walk down the other side to Balmaha, where we’ll have a chance to grab a bite to eat. Here we’ll start to follow the shore of Loch Lomond, which will be with us for the next two days, until we reach Rowardennan.
DAY 3 - Rowardennan to Inverarnan
Today the path follows Loch Lomond for the whole day, continuously winding up and down through the woods. It’s one of the longest and toughest sections of the trail, not to be underestimated. Towards the end we’ll leave Loch Lomond behind and get to the campsite at Inverarnan.
DAY 4 - Inverarnan to Tyndrum
This section of the trek follows an old military road and good tracks all the way. The scenery will start to change as we’ll get closer and closer to the mountains. It’s a relatively easy and straightforward day in preparation to tomorrow’s section.
DAY 5 - Tyndrum to Kingshouse
The longest and most beautiful day on the West Highland Way. On the first part of the day we’ll follow an old military road to Bridge of Orchy, with great views over the Black Mountains. The second half of the day follows old drovers roads, crossing the beautiful Rannoch Moor, a wild place where you won’t find anything apart from the nature surrounding you. At the end fo the moor we’ll get to Glencoe, one of the most famous hiking and climbing destinations in the Highlands, walking trough moors and forests, past lochs and rivers. A truly spectacular place.
DAY 6 - Kingshouse to Kinlochleven
The shortest day but not to be underestimated. From Glencoe, we’ll hike up the famous Devil’s staircase, with great views over Glencoe and Kinlochleven. Then a short way down we’ll get to the town of Kinlochleven, where a good meal and a drink will prepare us for the last day.
DAY 7 - Kinlochleven to Fort William
Today we’ll walk up from Kinlochleven and over into Glen Nevis, with great views over Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK. We’ll reach Fort William where we’ll walk through the town to reach the finishing line of the West Highland Way. Lots of option for a well deserved dinner and drink.