How do I contact One Walk Scotland?
Go to our contact page.
How many people are in each trip?
There are going to be 6 to start with and hopefully increase to 10 max.
If the trip is fully booked, is there a waiting list?
Yes, we will keep a waiting list and inform you of any cancellations.
Can I book a single room?
Single rooms are limited, so are allocated on a first come first served basis. It’s no problem to book a single room as long as one is available. Most single rooms do incur a single supplement, which you can find in the trip dossier.
I am travelling alone, will there be a single supplement?
There is not a supplement for single travellers as long as you are happy to share a room with someone of the same gender. If you’d prefer to have your own room, there will be a charge.
I want to book this trip, how do I do this?
You can book this trip either online or by telephone.
Are there any age restrictions?
Yes, you have to be over 16 years of age to do this walk, anyone under the age of 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
How much is the deposit?
The deposit is 25% of the total trip price with the balance due 8 weeks before the departure date.
What kind of luggage can I bring?
If you can pack a soft holdall bag it packs easier into the vehicle. Weight wise, no more than 22kg. You will need a small day/ruck sack for water, lunch etc.
What dietary requirements are there?
All of the accommodation will cover any dietary requirements that need to be met. So please inform us as soon as possible of any dietary requirements needed.
Do I need travel insurance?
Yes, I would strongly recommend you have travel insurance. It should cover last minute trip cancellations, loss of baggage and personal injury.
Boots or trail shoes?
That all depends on the weather and what day you are walking, as the majority of this walk can be completed in trail shoes. More information will be on the itinerary.
What about midges?
Midges are mainly a Highland annoying little beastie. I have not encountered any so far on this route and they do like a good feast on my skin.. Not saying they won’t eventually appear as there are rumours that they have been spotted in the capital, Edinburgh.
How challenging is this long distance walk?
This is a low to medium grade walk that all walkers can complete. There are a few hilly parts but they are short in distance and worth the view once you are at the top.