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Walking Scotland

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Hello Helpers, Just beginning to plan a walking tour in Scotland for mid to late May 2017. Trying to decide on routes. Although I love the idea of a progressive walk I want to make every day count. Looking at West Highland Way but the idea of walking accross Rannoch Moor does not appeal. My ideal is the kind of hiking / views you get doing a hike like The Hidden Glen in Glencoe. Problem is I love the coast too and would dealy love to see some water views. The Fife Coastal Path looks interesting but no highlands. Wondering about the Kintyre way, anyone done that? Have driven through the Trossachs several times but never stopped, another possibility? Kinloch

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