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Tales from the Trails - Fort William Mountain Festival

A unique celebration of the world-famous long-distance trails that start in Fort William.

Fort William Mountain Festival

Description

We’ve put together a collection of speakers and films that show off these remarkable trails – from fastest known times to those who work towards sustainability.

These paths come to an incredible crossroads in Fort William, and whether we use these ways for training or for the adventure of a lifetime, they continue to facilitate an extraordinary number of adventures. Travel across Scotland with us through an evening of running, exploring, riding and adventuring.

https://mountainfestival.co.uk/ticket/events/ocuk-tales-from-the-trails/

The Great Glen Way

The Great Glen Way

118.3 km
1,967 m
1,958 m
The Great Glen Way is a long-distance trail in Scotland that runs for approximately 117 miles (188 kilometers) through the Great Glen
Difficult
Private
West Highland Way
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West Highland Way

Milngavie
1 day +
152.7 km
3,278 m
3,319 m
A wonderful journey through the rugged and wild mountains of the Scottish Highlands.
Difficult
Private
Road to the Isles Way

Road to the Isles Way

68.4 km
998 m
993 m
The Road to the Isles Way is a scenic route in the Scottish Highlands, known for its stunning views of the sea and the hills.
Difficult
Private
Cape Wrath Trail

Cape Wrath Trail

372.0 km
7,753 m
7,736 m
The Cape Wrath Trail is a long-distance trail going from Fort William to Cape Wrath, the northernmost point of mainland Scotland.
Difficult
Private
Highland 550

Highland 550

890.0 km
10,341 m
10,340 m
The Highland 550 is a long-distance mountain biking route in Scotland that covers approximately 550 miles (885 km) and passes through some of the most beautiful and rugged landscapes in the Scottish Highlands.
Difficult
Private
East Highland Way

East Highland Way

Ben Nevis
1 day +
136.4 km
2,050 m
1,848 m
The East Highland Way is a long-distance walking trail in Scotland, it runs for about 83 miles (134 km) from the town of Fort William, in the west of Scotland, to the town of Aviemore, in the east.
Difficult
Private