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Guided Hill and Nature-based Walks Across Scotland

Winter Walk late afternoon with the sun low in the sky

There can be no doubt that Scotland offers some of the world’s most varied and beautiful walking and hiking in the world.  With landscapes hewn into rock that dates back almost to the time that planet earth was formed, to stunning mountainous regions, coastal delights and less challenging lowland rambles.  Scotland has it all.

There are short walks suitable for those interested in fresh-air and nature.  There are more strenuous walks for school and youth groups undertaking expeditions, learning about navigation, campcraft and travelling without trace.

Then there are the big, challenging single or multi-day hikes, with challenging technical ascents or descents, navigational challenges and remote locations.

In Your Element can lead group hikes to any location, tailoring routes and objectives to suit the walkers.  We can offer coaching in hill-skills for those groups looking for additional learning opportunities.

Suitable for …

  • from school or youth groups to international groups visiting Scotland
  • Generally, 12 years old and upwards.  We may be able to guide walks for younger than 12 when with family groups.
  • Private group bookings only, on request.  Contact us to enquire or check out out our autumn and winter availability.


Autumn and Winter Guided Walks

If you’re specifically looking for easy to moderate autumn and winter group walks perhaps including a short bike ride or canoe trip – please check out our dedicated web page by using the following link:

Tailor-Made Group Activities

Flexible dates and more venue options, suitable for larger groups

  • group at top of mountain with amazing view

    Assynt Team Building Adventure

  • Glen Affric on cloudy moody day

    Guided Walk: Glen Affric and Plodda Falls

  • walking group in the mountains waving at camera

    Guided Walks – various locations

  • walking group in the mountains waving at camera

    Summit to Sea in 4 Days – Aviemore

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