Some of the best hikes in Scotland offer incredible scenery, adrenaline-pumping trails and rugged countryside.
Scotland is famous for more than just hiking though, with stunning castles, rugged coastlines, Highland cows, and an iconic history.
It is the third of the national three peaks on this list and is also the hardest out of the three.
A family-friendly hike in Scotland I’d recommend is at Loch an Eilein in the Cairngorm National Park.
Around 30 minutes from Edinburgh, the Fife Coastal Path is around 115 miles in length along the beautiful coastline of Scotland.
The Old Man of Storr is probably one of the best hikes in Scotland as it offers hikers some of the best views in Scotland.
Number five on my list of the best hikes in Scotland is Stac Pollaidh.
One of the most picturesque places in Scotland has to be Glencoe, and you can find some of the most beautiful hikes in Scotland here.
One of the most iconic mountain in Scotland, after Ben Nevis, is Ben Lomond, another incredible mountain range.
The most popular time to hike Arthur’s Seat is at sunrise or sunset to capture the most beautiful scenery across Scotland’s most famous city.