Buachaille Etive Beag is a ridge connecting two Munros - Stob Dubh and Stob Coire Raineach. The walk starts in the parking lot on the A82 road in Glencoe valley.
The Old Man of Storr is one of the most famous attractions on the Isle of Skye. It is a rocky formation lying below the mountain of Storr.
Can be walked all year in good weather, it is recommended to visit it early in the morning since it is maybe the only time you will not meet a large number of tourists heading to the place
The ruin of Ardvreck castle lies near the road A837 near Inchnadamph. It is easily accesible from the road, there is a parking lot and a path to it. It can be visited all year round.
All year round
Stac Pollaidh is one of the Assynt hills. With Suilven, its shape is the most recognizable. The walk starts in the car park under the mountain on the minor road that leads from A835 to Achnahaird.
Can be walked all year in good weather. But every season is different:
Mid-April to May: Good chance of dry weather. However, Scotland’s weather is unpredictable. For hikers May is often one of the best months: Warm enough, longer daylight, lush and green landscape, wildflowers bloom, less tourists.
June to August: Long, sunny days, warmest time. However, it’s peak season: Most tourists and highest accommodation prices. Annoying midges are at their worst.
September to October: Less busy and midges start to disappear as well. Temperatures in September are between 10 and 16°C in and between 6 and 12°C in October. Idyllic landscape with beautiful foliage. Great time for hiking.
November to March: It can get very cold and days are short. Guesthouses are often closed.