West Highland Way – Starting at The End of the Way


The tired hiker and me at the end of the West Highland Way 2017.

The West Highland Way is a 96-mile path that connects villages in the Highlands of Scotland. One of the beauties of walking the West Highland Way is that I can end each day with a pint of beer at a pub.

This year I am going to try something different. I am going to hike the WHW in reverse. Generally, the hikers travel north, starting near Glasgow and finishing up in Fort William. A few people walk it in reverse — start in Fort William and finish up at Milngavie, just outside of Glasgow — and I want to join the ranks of those who walk to the beat of a different drummer. Not that I don’t already do that. Haha.

I will arrive in Glasgow in time to meet some friends who will be flying into Glasgow and joining me for walking the Great Glen Way — Fort William to Inverness.

I am very excited about this year’s adventures. Maybe you could meet me at some place special in Scotland or England or Wales. The possibilities are endless.


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