Where and When

This is the planned route.

If you can provide somewhere to stay (park the campervan) in/near any of the stopovers, please contact anne@the3rdi.co.uk who is helping me to plan the walk. Where there is a purple box it means that I have accommodation for that night, thank you!! You are a Helpful Hero

If you want to join me on any days then again please contact Annie. Where I have a walking partner,  the route for that day is highlighted in green.

If you would like to book a talk to a school or women’s group or a social enterprise or co-operative business, contact Annie. Speaking engagements are highlighted in blue and linked to more information.

All support will be gratefully received and acknowledged on the website.

DATE FROM TO MILES
1st May Glasgow Milngavie 8
Start of the West Highland Way
2nd May Milngavie Balmaha 20
3rd May Balmaha Inversnaid 14
4th May Inversnaid Tyndrum 19
5th May REST DAY
6th May Tyndrum Kingshouse 19
7th May Kingshouse Kinlochleven 9
Lochaber Business Women’s Network, evening of 7th May
8th May Kinlochleven Fort William 16
End of the West Highland Way
9th May WOMEN’s ENTERPRISE CONFERENCE
Start of the Great Glen Way
10th May Fort William Gairlochy 10
11th May Gairlochy Laggan 12
12th May Laggan Invermoriston 18
13th May REST DAY
14th May CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT SCOTLAND
15th May Invermoriston Drumnadrochit 15
16th May Drumnadrochit Inverness 18
End of the Great Glen Way
17th May REST DAY INVERNESS
Part of the North Sea Trail
18th May Aberdeen Stonehaven 15
19th May Stonehaven Johnshaven 15
20th May Johnshaven Lunan Bay 15
21st May REST DAY
22nd May Lunan Bay Carnoustie 15
23rd May Carnoustie Dundee 13
Start of the Fife Coastal Path
24th May Dundee Guardbridge 15
25th May REST DAY
26th May Guardebridge Fifeness 18
27th May Fifeness Elie 13
28th May Elie East Wemyss 13
29th May East Wemyss Burntisland 13
30th May Burntisland North Queensferry 12
End of the Fife Coastal Path
31st May North Queensferry Edinburgh 8

9 thoughts on “Where and When

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  2. Blimey, when you see in written in black and white like that, Karen, it looks a lot further than when you just talk about it as a concept! What a fantastic idea to link in with women’s business groups en route and I’m sure you’ll have a fabulous time. Keeping fingers crossed Spring arrives by then for you…… x

  3. Remind me of the colour coding please kaz. I know its partners and stopovers in some shape or form. Or am I about to look da as you point out the key somewhere on the page??!! Xx

    • Sorry Steve – I didn’t get this in time
      I was there about 1pm. Sorry to have missed you – another time I hope. Kx

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