Guided and self-guided walking tours in Scotland

Walking on the Southern Upland Way. Eildon Hills.
Walking near Innerleithen

Walking Holidays in the Scottish Borders, Skye and Mull

Learmont Mackenzie Travel, founded by two knowledgeable and experienced walkers, Alastair Learmont and Kitty Bruce-Gardyne (Mackenzie), offer a variety of walking programmes in Scotland.

Part of the John Buchan Way

Self Guided Walks: Scottish Borders

Location of the Scottish Borders

Self-guided walking breaks among the beautiful hills and valleys of the Scottish Borders. The routes have been carefully researched to include historical interest as well as spectacular scenery. Informative notes and maps are provided. Walks include The John Buchan Way (ending in Peebles), Walter Scott and the Tweed Valley (Melrose and the Eildon Hills) and Selkirk and the Southern Upland Way. Enjoy a stay in comfortable hotels and country houses, such as Fauhope House in Gattonside and let Learmont Mackenzie carry your bags. All destinations are easily accessible from Edinburgh, and the south.

Elgoll Ferry to Loch Coruisk and the Cuilins

Guided Walking Tours: Skye and Mull

Guided walking tours to Skye and Mull. Enjoy breathtaking journeys into the wild and remote heartlands of the Isles of Skye and Mull. Explore some of the Cuillin Hills on Skye and visit historic sites, including Iona Abbey on Mull. Week long walking tours with an experienced guide. Groups of 6 – 12 and private minibus.

Day walks

Day walks in the Scottish Borders Non-competitive Saturday walks over wild heather covered hills, along ancient sheep and cattle drove roads, through wooded valleys, visiting historic places of interest along the way.

Private groups welcome.

Right; The ferry from Elgol to the remote Cuillins and Loch Coruisk on Skye.

Further information:

Alastair An advocate by profession, with a background in the classics, Alastair has extensive experience leading group walks in Scotland, as well as further afield in Italy and France. He has a particular interest in Borders history and folklore.

Kitty With a background in marketing, Kitty spent six years in Italy working at the British Chamber of Commerce, and as a tour guide in Tuscany and Umbria. She speaks Italian, Spanish and French.

Frank Frank Ribbons has been mountaineering and leading groups into wild places for the past 30 years and has extensive knowledge of the west coast of Scotland including Mull and Skye, and also speaks German.

For more detailed information see web-site.

Or contact:
Alastair Learmont and Kitty Bruce-Gardyne

Learmont Mackenzie Travel
48/2 Candlemaker Row
Edinburgh EH1 2QE
Scotland, UK

Tel: 0131 225 9018 (answerphone only)
Mobile: 07717 473964
or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 131 225 9018 (answerphone only)
Mobile: 44 7717 473964

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Photographs © on this page courtesy of Alastair and Kitty.

Southern Upland Way

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