Hiking Scotland’s Inner & Outer Hebrides (land tour)

Dates: Wednesday, August 1, 2018 to Saturday, August 11, 2018 (11 days)

Western Scotland. Image by © AAWH

Travel from the Isle of Mull in the south, along the western edge of highland Scotland to the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides (Western Isles), sometimes along the mainland coast, but more often across incomparably beautiful – and fascinating – islands. Explore all that the western Highlands and Islands of Scotland have to offer: prehistoric stone circles, burial cairns, and settlements; quaint villages and imposing castles; Gaelic culture and remarkable wildlife—all amidst dramatic land- and seascapes. Highlights include Fingal’s Cave, Iona Abbey, the Talisker Distillery, the 5,000-year-old Standing Stones of Callanish, and Dun Carloway. This unique tour is more active than our usual land tours and features almost-daily hikes (of short walks up to 6 miles) that are easy to moderate in difficulty. Limited to 15 participants.


Pricing:
$6,245 (13-15 participants) per person double occupancy
$6,445 (10-12 participants) per person double occupancy
$765 single supplement

 

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Itinerary

Wednesday, August 1, 2018 - Depart Home
Thursday, August 2 - Glasgow, SCOTLAND | Isle of Mull
Friday, August 3 - Isle of Mull | Dun Ara and standing stones | Duart Castle
Saturday, August 4 - Isle of Mull | Isles of Staffa and Iona | Isle of Mull 
Sunday, August 5 - Isle of Mull | Isle of Skye
Monday, August 6 - Isle of Skye: High Pasture Cave and Cuillin mountains
Tuesday, August 7 - Isle of Skye: Talisker Distillery, Dun Beag, Oronsay | Isle of Harris
Wednesday, August 8 - Isle of Harris
Thursday, August 9 - Isle of Harris | Isle of Lewis: Callanish, Dun Carloway, Gearrannan
Friday, August 10 - Isle of Lewis
Saturday, August 11 - Isle of Lewis | Glasgow | Fly Home

If you have any additional questions, please email us at aia@studytours.org (and include your full name) or call us toll-free at (800) 748-6262 (toll: 603-756-2884).

Related PDFs

  • https://www.archaeological.org/sites/default/files/aia_westscotland_8-18_reservationform.pdf
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