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Easy walking from Milngavie to Drymen.
Glengoyne Distillery just off The Way.
Approaching the top of Conic Hill.
First views of Loch Lomond.
Shoreline walking on Day Two.
A lovely lochside pitch at Sallochy Campground.
Beach access from Sallochy Camping.
Beautiful views along Loch Lomond.
The trail was well marked throughout.
Looking out across Loch Lomond towards Inveruglas.
Nice spot for a quick rest.
Pebble beach along Loch Lomond.
The steep ascent away from Loch Lomond.
Doune Bothy along the WHW.
Quintessential Highlands scenery.
Stone bridge approaching Stathfillan.
You’ll enjoy the beautiful Highland’s scenery much more without midges eating you alive!
Enjoying some blue skies at the lovely Strathfillan campsite.
You won’t need as heavy of jacket as these Highland cattle wear!
Beinn Dorain dominates the walk to Bridge of Orchy.
Lovely camping at Bridge of Orchy.
Bridge of Orchy frames the green hills beyond.
Much of the West Highland Way takes you along former drover’s roads.
Rannoch Moor, the largest uninhabited area in Britian.
Buachaille Etive Mòr comes into view approaching Kingshouse.
Camping at Glencoe Mountain Resort.
Approaching the Devil’s Staircase, the arguably the toughest climb on the trek.
The walk towards Kinlochleven.
Hiking into the clouds on the Devil’s Staircase.
The top of the Devil’s Staircase.
Views up Loch Leven from MacDonald Hotel.
The trailhead to Fort William on the final day.
The Lairigmor en route to Fort William.
No outlets to be found here!
A rare glimpse of Ben Nevis as the clouds part.