Into the wild – The most remote Scotland trek

Into the wild, the most remote Scotland trek

From £749
8 days Challenging trekking holiday and sightseeing

Great walks in the wilderness of Scotland : 100% nature and tranquillity guaranteed.

Experience is not required but being in good shape and having a taste for adventure are essential! We will truly immerse ourselves in the heart of the wildest regions in Europe and enjoy nature at its purest. We suggest discovering 2 regions that we have specially selected to show you the best mountains in Scotland.

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A real scottish adventure

The sensational peaks of the Mamores

Stunning beaches

The fine sandy beaches of the west coast between Mallaig and Arisaig.

The best local addresses

An evening at the most remote pub in the country...

Remote places

Peacefulness and total immersion in the Knoydart Peninsula, Scotland's wildest region.

Trip Itinerary

Check out or itinerary, don't forget we can customize this trip ! We can’t wait to show you around!

Day 1 - Welcome to Scotland
Arrival in Glasgow, Welcome by your guide and transfer to the Highlands. Overnight stay in the Glencoe/Fort William area.
Day 2 and 3 - In the heart of the Mamores
A classic beloved by Scottish climbers – Ring of Steall – 1,676m of elevation (1 night camping over) with 4 main summits: An Gearanach, Stob Coire a’ Chàirn, Am Bodach and the famous Devils Ridge to Sgùrr a’ Mhàim. Beautiful rocky mountains between Kinlochleven and Fort William. 70% of walking time on the ridges with breathtaking landscapes. Evening and night spent at Fort William. Dine in the pub or restaurant to sample the delights of the sea and Scottish specialities.
Day 4 - Mallaig and Knoydart
1 day spent transferring and exploring the magnificent beaches of Mallaig and Inverie, and Knoydart. Stroll and swim on the fine sandy beaches, ferry to the Knoydart peninsula and hike to our camp.
Day 5 - Knoydart peninsula
The wildest region in Scotland! An incredible blend of sea and mountains. Few walkers venture into this region where nature reigns supreme. Magnificent! The schedule (2 days + 1 night camping) includes the most beautiful peaks of the peninsula: Ladhar Bheinn-the highest peak on the peninsula at 1,399m of elevation. Then Luinnn Bheinn and Meall Buidhe: 1,050m of elevation. Before leaving the peninsula, your evening and night will be spent at the Old Forge in Inverie, the country’s most remote pub, where you will still have the opportunity to enjoy the delights of the sea and sample a well-deserved local beer!
Day 5 and 6 - Glencoe - Buachaille Etive Beag (96 km +/- 1h45)
Glencoe – Buachaille Etive Beag (96 km +/- 1h45) Another magnificent landscape today, which will once again amaze you. The Glencoe Mountains were sculpted by glaciers and volcanic explosions centuries ago. These reliefs of ice and fire now form magnificent landscapes, worthy of the most beautiful postcards. And you continue to follow in the footsteps of your favorite wizard, since many scenes from the films of the Harry Potter saga have against the backdrop of the impressive Glencoe mountains. This is where Harry met the famous Prisoner of Azkaban! Don’t hesitate to take a short hike here. We recommend that of Buachaille Etive Beag, which will suit the whole family and offer breathtaking views, worthy of those observed by Harry on his flying broom.


4 hours hike – Easy – 650M of ascent

Day 7 - Return to Glasgow
Ferry to Mallaig and back to civilisation as you discover Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and the famous Glencoe Valley. City tour in the afternoon, and breaks at good places to eat and the best whisky pubs in town (night out in the city centre).
Day 8 - Return Flight
One last stroll around town, depending on your return flight schedule.


N.B. : The program is given for information only. The stages can be modified on site for meteorological, security, organizational, flight schedule or any unexpected event reasons. In these difficult times, the local guide will do their utmost to mitigate the effects of these events beyond our control.

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Pricing Chart

Our “from” price is based on mid-season prices and for a group of 8 people.

Youth Hostel
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£ 749/person
B&B
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£ 849/person
4 star hotel
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£ 1299/person

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“We wanted to make our daughter's dream come true by seeing the famous Harry Potter train, we got so much more! It was a family holiday that we will treasure forever. Thank you to Tom for exceeding our expectations. To see our daughter so happy was priceless. The scenery is magical! I would highly recommend.”
Roland (France)
August 2018
“Excellent trek thanks to our guide Christine who adapted it to the weather and to our ability. A BIG Thank you!”
Samantha (USA)
September 2019

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