Castle at Lindisfarne on Holy Island

St. Cuthbert’s Way Accommodation Guide

St. Cuthbert’s Way is a wonderful walk for anyone looking to explore the Scottish Borderlands and Northumberland. This 62-mile walk (100-km) connects the Melrose Abbey with the Holy Island of Lindisfarne as a means of paying tribute to Saint Cuthbert. … Read More

Summit of Georgia Pass on the Colorado Trail

Colorado Trail | Maps & Resources

The Colorado Trail is one of the great walks of the American West. Traversing nearly 500 mountainous miles between Denver, CO and Durango, CO, the trail takes in some of its namesake state’s best scenery, most remote wilderness, and authentic … Read More

Glamping near Aviemore

Aviemore Glamping Guide [2022]

The gateway to Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore, Scotland is a wonderful place to unplug and spend a few nights on a glamping trip. The region has a variety of accommodation types for the glampers out there from basic camping pods … Read More

River Ness flows through Inverness

Inverness Glamping Guide [2022]

Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is a wonderful place to soak in the best of Scotland. From day trips to Loch Ness, to road tripping on the North Coast 500, or even venturing down into the Cairngorms, there are … Read More

Glen Coe, Scotland

Glencoe Glamping Guide [2022]

Glencoe is one of the Scottish Highlands must visit destinations. Stunning vistas, famous walks, and nearly endless activities make this the perfect place to escape to on your next holiday. If you’re looking for something besides the typical camping & … Read More

Mountain near Fort William

Fort William Glamping Guide [2022]

Heading to the Highlands but want something a little more luxurious than your tent or camper? If you’re planning to stay in the Fort William area, then you should check out one of the many glamping options that have popped … Read More

Clouds above Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis Accommodation Guide

It’s easy to understand why many thousands of people travel to the Scottish Highlands to visit Ben Nevis each year. Britain’s tallest mountain is nothing short of awe-inspiring, whether you’re taking in the view from a distance or attempting to … Read More