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Join us on our truly classic hiking adventure in Scotland’s Knoydart Peninsula.
Often described as the last wilderness of Scotland, the Knoydart peninsula is beautiful, wild and remote. Bounded by the deep sea lochs of Loch Nevis and Loch Hourn, and cut off from the mainland road network, it remains an untamed and captivating place.
Knoydart has always been best accessed by boat, and from our base at a remote wilderness lodge, we make full use of the sea. As we sail to the start points of many of our walks, we often encounter whales, dolphins and porpoises before we’ve even begun our day’s adventures. Hiking on the magical Isle of Skye and visiting the Small Isle of Rum, or the community-owned Isle of Eigg, means we enjoy walking through stunning landscapes, while also learning about the region’s distinct histories, stories and traditions. On a trip that blends rugged mountains, wonderful wildlife and vivid coastal culture, a visit to Knoydart makes for a truly unforgettable holiday.
Please note: Due to the nature of the accommodation we use, and the number of rooms available, we are unable to offer solo occupancy rooms on this trip. Solo travellers must be willing to share a twin room with a traveller of the same sex. In some circumstances, a private room may be available by default, in which case, it will be allocated to the first solo traveller who has booked.
Update for 2024: this trip will be 7 days/6 nights next year.