Scottish Walks - Hillwalking in Scotland
About Connery Scottish Walks
This Scottish Hillwalking and Scotland Walking site is about me, Tony Connery, and my experience and enjoyment of hillwalking throughout Scotland. It should not be treated as a guide if you decide to walk Scotland but use it too entice youself to walk my beautiful country.
Hillwalking throughout Scotland, the Tony Connery way. Walk with Tony from the Cairngorm Mountains to Isle of Arran, from Pitlochry to Loch Lomond, from Greenock to the Trossachs from Lochs to Glens.
I have recently started my Scottish Campsites guide including Pitlochry Campsites, this will list sites that I have either visited, used or that are close to one of my Scottish Walk routes. Some of my latest walks can be found on the main menu above but I hope you enjoy my Glenshee guide that includes Glen Taitneach, Carn an Tuirc and Creag nan Cabhar. Other latest walks are Inverarnan Falls on Loch Lomond, Gigha Isle, Ben Stack in Sutherland, Crackaig on Mull and Auchenlarie in Dumfries.
On this Scotland Walking website you will find details about my Scottish Hillwalking exploits in some of the most beautiful countryside this nation has to offer. Scottish Mountains, Valleys, Glens, Moors, Lochs all play their part in what must be one of the most relaxing and breathtaking views I have ever came across in my Life. Some of the areas covered are Pitlochry, The Trossachs, Cairngorms, North Skye, Lomond Glens, Loch Tay, Loch Lomond, Kinlochleven, Loch Sloy, Eildon Hills, Glen Nevis, Goat Fell, Arrochar, Ochil Hills, Greenock Cut and The West Highland Way & my latest Scottish walks include Torridon Mountains, Shieldaig, Loch Clair & Coulin Walk, Beinn Eighe, River Kinlochewe & Coire Mhic nobile. For a great list of beautiful and stunning Lochs please visit our Scottish Lochs guide.
Stuck in the "Rat Race" or "having a bad day", why not head for the Scottish Countryside and sample some of the best Hill walking areas that Scotland has to offer. During my Scottish Walks, I encountered many stunning areas located with Golfing, Fishing, Accommodation, Campsites, Hotels, Guest Houses, and Bed & Breakfast, most of which I have tried to list for your benefit.
Safety Walking Message
Never take Scottish Hillwalking lightly, always be prepared as the Scottish Climate can be very erratic to say the least!. I would always recommend that you purchase Ordinance Survey map of the area you find yourself in, they are invaluable and there are usually plenty of simpler local maps available from Scottish Tourist Offices, Forestry Commission etc. Remember to prepare yourself well and wear appropriate clothing and footwear for your Scotland walks. Always, and I mean always, let someone know where your walking and when you are expected back.
Keep walking in Scotland safe and enjoyable. We want you back.
This website is dedicated to my passion - Hill Walking in Scotland.
On this Scottish Walking website I have tried to share my Scottish Hillwalking experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels. Please do not treat this Scottish Walks website as an Official Guide but useful only as a helpful guide of hints & ideas to help you through the Scottish terrain from a true Scottish hillwalker. Always be respectful of the Scottish Countryside and say Hi if you see me or anyone on a on a walk, I know I do.
Connery Scottish Walks is now part of the Entire Scotland group. Their latest tourism website is www.bestoftheborders.co.uk guide.
We would like to thank www.pricequoter.co.uk - Double Glazing Window Quotes, who have sponsored this website, enabling Tony to continue this Scottish independent walking website. Please say thanks to them for giving me the opportunity to keep this site going and giving me the scope to expand with more walks for all of you to enjoy.