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Walk Wild Scotland

Walk Wild Scotland specialise in guided small group walking holidays exploring wild and secret places in the Scottish Highlands and Islands and connecting you with its people, wildlife and culture.

We design relaxed and versatile tours for people who enjoy a personal experience, good company, warm hospitality and a sense of discovery: there is often more to a landscape than one might expect – such as an ancient ruined settlement hidden in the bracken or mysterios stone cicles in the mist.

Our small international groups of 8 or less are perfectly sized for sharing those special experiences in a personal ambience and making your holiday truly memorable.

You will be in safe hands with one of our experienced and friendly guides who lead with knowledge, care and enthusiasm. They have the trained eye to spot an eagle soaring overhead , discover a rare moss on the hill and can tell the story of an abandoned village or the ancient geology of a mountain.

Our destinations include the famous Isle of Skye, the idyllic islands of the Inner Hebrides,  the wild mountains of Kintail and Torridon and the lush forests in Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.

We speak English and German in the office. Most of our tours are guided in English with a German speaking guide.
We offer:
  • Guided Tours for Small Groups of 8 or less. Please look at our website for departure dates.
  • Private Tours – Tailor Made with Customized Itineraries
  • Day Tours in Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park
  • Tours For Women
We look forward to welcoming you!

Contact Details

Address:High Auchmar,
Milton of Buchanan,
Stirlingshire. G63 0AG
Tel:Click to view01360 870 476

Opening Times

Open all year


Geographical regions this provider operates in

  • The Highlands
  • Argyll & the Isles
  • Loch Lomond & the Trossachs and Forth Valley


Activities this provider runs

  • Walking, Trekking & Hiking

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