Climbing and hillwalking events in Scotland - what’s on
Scotland is a walker’s paradise. Everywhere you go there are marked trails ranging from short walks to long-distance treks from one side of the country to the other. The Cairngorms, the Cuillins on Skye, Glencoe and Torridon offer the most challenging climbing in Scotland.
8th - 14th May 2015, Dumfries & Galloway:
Taking in hills, coast and woodlands, with walks to suit all abilities, the biggest walking festival in the South of Scotland has something for everyone.
15th - 18th May 2015, Arran:
The Arran Mountain Festival is an exciting four-day event of guided walking and scrambling in the Isle of Arran with its majestic mountains, abundant wildlife and stunning coastline.
16th - 22nd May 2015, Royal Deeside:
This festival of walks offers a programme designed for walkers of all capabilities from ’Munro-baggers’ to those who like a gentle stroll.
4th - 7th June 2015, Angus Glens:
Since the very first walking festival in 2003, walkers having been coming back to Angus year after year to enjoy everything the area has to offer.
13th - 14th June 2015, Highlands:
Since its inception in 1996 the Caledonian Challenge has become one of the biggest and longest running charity sports events on the calendar.
13th - 14th June 2015, Blairgowrie, Perth And Kinross:
The Alliance Trust Cateran Yomp follows the historic Cateran Trail through the hills and glens of Strathardle, Glenshee and Glenisla in Highland Perthshire takes place over the weekend of 13-14 June 2015.
27th - 31st August 2015, Moray:
A warm welcome awaits at the Tomintoul and Glenlivet Walking Festival.
6th - 12th September 2015, Scottish Borders:
The 21st Festival, a week-long celebration of walking and the Borders countryside, will be hosted by Galashiels.
11th - 13th September 2015, Perthshire:
A walking weekend with something for most abilities, featuring Munros, Corbetts, long distance paths and gentle low level walks.
2nd - 11th October 2015, Argyll:
Cowalfest is one of the largest and most varied walking festivals in Scotland, with more than 80 walks led by expert and knowledgeable walk leaders.