Wild and rugged, breathtaking and picturesque, gentle and relaxing, Scotland has a hiking route to suit every ability.
There are 282 munros for a start – that’s mountains that stretch to more than 3000ft.
And there are countless countryside trails, forest walks and seaside strolls.
Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh is a great starting point. Stride to the top for unrivalled views over the city.
Or conquer Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain and a four hour slog to the summit. Don’t forget your sandwiches.
The West Highland Way is on many hikers’ bucket list, stretching 96 miles from Milngavie outside Glasgow all the way to Fort William.
Or how about the Rob Roy Way from Drymen to Pitlochry, or the Speyside Way in the shadow of the majestic Cairngorms?
Scotland is paradise for walkers. So where do your feet take you?