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The Scottish Highlands have a certain mystery and charm. Even with its new and flourishing tourism, Scotland has remained close to its roots. We will give you some tips and tricks to visit the beautiful Scottish Highlands.
Explore the Scottish Highlands

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Firstly, hiking is one of the top activities to do in Scotland and almost all travellers who travel to Scotland do so. Ben Nevis is the highest peak, try it if you are brave enough!

The best advice for climbing any peak in the Scottish Highlands is to be prepared to face four seasons in one day. In the space of 6 hours you can find perfect sun, snow, rain and wind. But the result is a breathtaking view!

Inverness is the capital of the Scottish Highlands and within 2 hours drive you can reach the most incredible spots and places that we recommend for hiking.
 

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Explore the Scottish Highlands
While you will undoubtedly spend most of your time surrounded by the natural splendour of the region, don't lose the opportunity to experience the culture of Scotland. Enjoy a pint of beer in a pub, taste some haggis, take a tour of the many castles you'll find on the road, try some tartan or go to one of the many whisky distilleries around the region. Many of Scotland's best Highland tours combine all these experiences in one day. 

With its unrivalled beauty and deep commitment to its cultural roots, the Highlands will leave you completely fascinated by Scotland.
 

When to visit the Highlands

The winter months are a tough challenge for everyone in Scotland. You should try to plan your trip from spring to late autumn at the latest. Make sure to read opening times, seasonal times and prices when planning your trip!

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