Mountain Walking

The Lady of Avenel offers herself as a great platform from which to stay on board on, in between walking some of the most breath-taking areas of the United Kingdom and Ireland. From the Outer Hebrides and Skye, the Orkney Isles, and Shetland Isles in Scotland.

Certified guides can be organised with first aid kits and radios if needed for your party. The Mountaineering Council of Scotland provides useful information on mountain safety which is designed to help both inexperienced and regular hill walkers get the most out of their walk. Weather will make a decision on walking safely as it will most activities do with the Lady of Avenel, this all should be taken in to consideration when planning your adventure.


Southern paths working towards the North up until Cape Wrath, please enquire for other walks around the UK & Ireland.

Greenook to Stranraer – From the Clyde the path turns south and follows the Ayrshire Coastal Path and continues on to Stranraer

Campbeltown to Dunoon – The path heads back up Loch Fyne and follows the Clyde Basin to end at Dunoon.

Fort William to Campbeltown – This long section is made up of three sections that lead down from Fort William through Oban and down to the Mull of Kintyre.

Ardnamurchan to Fort William – From the most westerly point in Scotland the coastal route heads east again towards Strontion before turning north to end at Fort William.

Kyle of Lochalsh to Ardnamurchan – This section of the coastal path is spilt into five paths. The Kyle of Lochaish to Carroan, from Corran to Inverie, Inverie to Mallaig, and there to Kinlochmoidart and, lastly on to Ardnamurchan.

Ullapool to Kyle of Lochalsh – Composed of three paths; Ullapool to Poolewe, Poolewe to Torridon and finally from Torridon to Kyle of Lochalsh.

Cape Wrath to Ullapool – From the far north west corner of Scotland the route now turns south.

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