Wandelvakantie vanuit Portree op Isle of Skye

Wandelvakantie vanuit Portree op Isle of Skye

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Isle of Skye Highlights

  • Walking in the Cuillin Mountains, the most stunning ridge in the British Isles
  • Exploring the wonderful coastline and extraordinary geological scenery of Skye

This self-guided walking holiday on the Isle of Skye follows excellent trails and enjoys magnificent views of the mountains and seascape – a walking holiday on Skye simply makes for a wonderful and unforgettable experience.

The magical Isle of Skye is one of the most popular destinations to enjoy a walking holiday in Scotland. The area is famed for its mountain challenges and the pinnacles of the Cuillin Ridge dominate the landscape, its snow-capped peaks visible from most parts of the island.

The spectacular landscape makes for some superb walking in Skye. In the mountains, glens and along its rugged coastline; from the eerie Old Man of Storr and the dramatic cliffs of the Quirang to the neighbouring Island of Raasay, with its stunning views back to the Cuillins.

Aside from its magnificent landscape, Skye has a fascinating history with its strong connections to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the story of Flora MacDonald. The island is home to Clan MacDonald and Clan Macleod and visits to Dunvegan and Armadale Castles provide a fascinating journey into the past.

Your information Pack will contain route notes for some of the very best walks and hikes on Skye, and over the course of your walking holiday you can select a different route each day. The following are just some of the many possibilities:

  • The distinctive landscape of the cliffs & pinnacles of the Storr provide wonderful views
  • A walk through Glen Sligachan underneath the magnificent Cuillin Ridge
  • A spectacular walk in the Quirang through Skye’s extraordinary geological scenery
  • Visit the Isle of Raasay and climb its highest peak
  • A big day out to climb two legendary peaks with a dramatic cliff top walk to return
  • Enjoy a low peak of the Red Cuillin with fine views of Bla Bheinn
  • A coastal hike to Neist Point discovers sea eagles, secret beaches & forgotten villages