Explore Skye on a series of hikes from gentle bays to wave-ravaged peninsulas, elegant glens and tortured rock formations. Skye delights and surprises at every turn. Eilean a' Cheò - the island of mist - is a place which draws hikers back time and time again for its special blend of wild landscapes, beautiful light and rich culture.
Explore the Outer Hebrides far off Scotland’s west coast, discovering its abundant wildlife, including some of the rarest wildlife to be found in Scotland. Along the way, we’ll enjoy coastal and glen hikes and, weather permitting, a boat trip to the incredible archipelago of St Kilda.
Skye offers some of the most varied and dramatic landscapes in Scotland. Renowned for the Cuillin Mountains, the island features many other unique features including the Old Man of Storr and the Quiraing on the Trotternish Ridge. Its coastal scenery is no less dramatic with superb views towards the Cuillin, especially at dusk and dawn.