All the walkers are welcome to the Scenic Scotland region of Lochs. You can enjoy spectacular scenery and at the same time walk along these beauty routes. The fresh water Loch Katrine near Stirling is a picture perfect place for a stroll along the water.
Although it takes a medium difficulty, this beautiful lane lies parallel to nearly seven miles of the North and West shore. It takes you around four and half hours or more to complete the walk. Starting off from the car park at the Trossachs pier, this walk can be combined with a beautiful sail down the loch on the steamer.
Moving over to Scotland’s east coast and you will find the 13 mile Earlsferry to Crail walk. A flat walk from Earlsferry-former royal burgh of Fife, allows you to take in the coastline views as it passes through Pittenweem and St. Monans before you reach in Crail. This charming fishing village in the east coast Riviera is the perfect place to relax at the end of your afternoon.
If you would rather take in some of Scotland’s more rural settings without tackling the Munros then the Rannoch Moor walk is the perfect alternative. This walk, which is part of the West Highland Way, allows you to enjoy one of the last remaining wildernesses in Europe and walk the day away in the peaceful surroundings.