West Highland Way, Scotland

Craigallian Loch, Strathblane, Stirling District
Dumgoyne, Kilearn, Stirling District
Ben Lomond, Rowardennan, Stirling District
Rowardennan Lodge Youth Hostel, Stirling District
Doune Hill from Tom Beithe, Rowardennan, Stirling District
Arrochar Alps from Tom Beithe, Rowardennan, Stirling District
Dubh Lochan, Ardlui, Argyll & Bute
Beinn Challuim, Tyndrum, Stirling District
Ben More & Stob Binnein, Tyndrum, Stirling District
Beinn Dubhcraig & Ben Lui, Tyndrum, Stirling District
Beinn Dorain, Bridge of Orchy, Argyll & Bute
Beinn Toaig, Bridge of Orchy, Argyll & Bute
Beinn Bhreac-liath & Beinn Udlaidh, Bridge of Orchy, Argyll & Bute
Beinn Achaladair, Black Mount, Argyll & Bute
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Bà Bridge, Black Mount, Argyll & Bute
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Buachaille Etive Mor, Glen Coe, Lochaber
Blackrock Cottage, Glen Coe, Lochaber
Looking East Along Glen Coe, Lochaber
Mamores, Kinlochleven, Lochaber
Beinn na Caillich, Kinlochleven, Lochaber
Stob Coire na h-Eirghe, Kinlochleven, Lochaber
Tigh-na-sleubaich, Lairig Mor, Lochaber
Stob Bàn, Lairig Mor, Lochaber
Meall an t-Suidhe, Glen Nevis, Lochaber
Ben Nevis, Glen Nevis, Lochaber
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The West Highland Way is one of the few long distance trails that I have walked in its entirety. However, it wasn't all done in one setting and there are parts that I'd like to walk again, even now. The stretch between Bridge of Orchy and Kingshouse Hotel is but one because I'd like to see the scenery north of Glencoe on a more sunny day like that which made going from Kinlochleven to Fort William most memorable. The first part of it was walked in earnest in 2002 and I hiked it in piecemeal fashion after that, completing it with a two day walk between Inverarnan and Bridge of Orchy. That was preceded by the Loch Lomond stretch between Inverarnan and Drymen, an overnight backpacking affair involving a stay at Rowardennan youth hostel. Though I question its routing in places, the trail undeniably is a great introduction to long distance walking in Scotland.