West Highland Way 2017

Created in the 1960s, the West Highland Way is Scotland’s first Long Distance Path stretching from the Milngavie in the outskirts of Glasgow to Fort William, 96 miles away at the foot of Ben Nevis. My journey, in mid-April 2017, is described in glorious technicolour:

The Blog

Brucey Bonus : History of the Haggis

Originally written for my English Language A-Level in 1994, it seemed fitting to update and publish The History of The Haggis for the 21st Century.  Frankly hilarious what better way to finish off a West Highland Way blog than with a guide to the area’s most loved creature.


External Links

Trail Information
National Parks & Tourist Information
Getting there and back

Campsites, hotels, resorts and youth used on my journey.

Baggage Transfers

If you don’t fancy carrying your own Gigantor over the 96 miles, use one of these services to take the weight off: