'First tie up your boot laces, hoist your pack on your shoulder and gaze north. Lying before you is an adventure like no other. Step out and enjoy it before things change too much. A nation awaits'

Cameron McNeish Scotland End to End


'I think anyone would be transformed by the experience'  [of walking the Scottish National Trail]. Watch another Scotsman walk the Scottish National Trail--this is video 7 which is magnificent

From the headland that juts imperiously over the broad ochre strand of Sandwood Bay you catch a first glimpse of the Cape Wrath lighthouse ....beckoning you the final few miles towards the end of one of the worlds finest trails' Ian Harper 

Cape Wrath (Scottish Gaelic: Am Parbh, is a cape in the  in the Highlands of Scotland. It is the most north-westerly point in mainland Britain. Vikings used Cape Wrath as a navigation point, now its your turn to use it as a navigation point

There are many spectacular scenic views on the Scottish Nation National Trail here are the Falls of Glamoch ; https://youtu.be/6wu-gbnOurM from another 'You Tuber' in Scotland.

The Scottish National Trail is a magnificent 480 mile walk running the length of Scotland from Kirk Yetholm at the Scottish Border with England to the most north-westerly point in Britain, Cape Wrath Scotland 

The most beautiful country to visit in the world as voted by Rough Guides is Scotland

'Cafe at the End of the Universe 'if you complete the trail you will get a free cup of tea from the Ozone Cafe located at Cape Wrath lighthouse it is open 24 hours, 365 days and is run by John and Angie. They are such wonderful and kind people. You can also stay overnight there as there is a bunkhouse there, Fall asleep listening to the gale force winds and watch the lighthouse light warning the Vikings as they approach Cape Wrath.