• Remote Scottish Isle to explore
  • Variety of terrain, castles, small towns, farms, coast
  • Stay in local small inns each night
  • Potential to have your bag shuttled for you each day
  • Small group, up to 6 hikers
  • Ends in Glasgow


The Kintyre Way is located in the remote and beautiful Kintyre Peninsula on the West Coast of Scotland. Stretching from Tarbert Harbour in the north, to Machrihanish in the south, the Kintyre Way criss-crosses this lovely peninsula and allows exploration of a wonderful yet undiscovered part of Scotland.

More island than mainland, lovely Kintyre boasts hidden coves and deserted beaches along the wild Atlantic coast, tiny fishing communities, gentle hills, fabulous local produce and welcoming friendly people.

There are magnificent views to the west to the islands of Gigha, Islay and Jura and on a clear day, Ireland and to Arran in the east. Enjoy walking through rolling farmland, past inland lochs, coastal plains and sandy beaches. Spot the rich variety of wildlife including roe deer, hen harriers and golden eagles, together with a wide variety of noisy sea birds.

Being a more remote island, it offers a quieter place to explore Scotland and its lovely people and local culture. We will be using a bus to access the route from Glasgow. It is possible on route if some people want to have their luggage carried or to skip a section for transport to be arranged. A fantastic hike for those looking to do some serious walking yet have an INN at night to share in the Scottish atmosphere.

Check out photos of this trip here.

Meets in Glasgow
Thursday, August 22nd - Sunday, September 1st, 2019
Cost: $2,390/person

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