Use our unique search facility to browse all the possible walks in the area. Download our pamphlets and do the walk yourself, or contact us to organise for one of our guides to take you out and help you explore the local geology, botany and natural history.
Note timing for walks are rough estimates, allowing plenty of time to stop and enjoy the views.  Committed and experienced walkers will complete these in less time.


Last Updated: Feb 25 2009 9:39PM


Glencoe Lochans
ToddlerEnjoy the Area1-2 hoursGlencoeA selection of three walks ranging from 1 mile with no height gain to 2 miles with some height gain.
EasyEnjoy the Area1-2 hoursGlencoeApproximately 1.5 miles with half of this climbing to give good views of waterfalls used for canyoning
Glencoe Saddle
EasyGo Remote1 hourGlencoeA short wilderness walk involving a river crossing and with a great view of Glencoe.
Round the Lairigs
MediumGo Remote5-6 hoursGlencoeThis walk circles one of the great hills of Glencoe. You climb out one Glen (although not steeply) and come round back another on the other side. There are great views down into Loch Etive, and with patience you are guaranteed to see deer on this walk.
The Devils Staircase
MediumEnjoy the Area3-4 hoursGlencoeClimb up out of Glencoe on the old route to Fort William before General Wade built his road through the Glen . You can either return to your start point, or walk down into Kinlochleven. This is also part of the West Highland Way
EasyGo Remote3 hrsGlencoeStarting from St Johns church you can walk on good forestry tracks up into Glenachulish and back to your start point. Gets you away from the madding crowd and a really good feel for the mountains without needing stiff hiking boots.
The Mast
MediumClimb A Mountain3 hrs/4 hrsGlencoeStarting at the Ballachulish Visitors Centre the walk takes you up to the Mast. Involves a steep climb up about 400m to the summit of this hill. Great views of Glencoe and back towards Arrochar. If you have two cars, you can descend to the National Trust Visitors Centre along Forestry Tracks for a well earned cup of tea
The wee Buachaille
MediumClimb A Mountain5 hrsGlencoeIf you want to climb a munro, or summit a mountain in the area, then this is the one too chose. You start at 1000ft so the climb is reduced, and the path is relatively clear.
ToddlerEnjoy the Area1hrGlencoeA walk on good paths starting and ending in Ballachulish. Takes you through plantation forest to a great viewpoint over Ballachulish and the Ballachulish Bridge to Ardnamurchan
Sgurr a Choise
MediumClimb A Mountain5/8 hrsGlencoeA small but interesting hill which crys out to be climbed if you stay in Ballachulish for any length of time
The Pap of Glencoe
MediumClimb A Mountain4-6 hoursGlencoeIf you want to climb a peak. This is the one!