Scotland is located in the north of Great Britain and impresses with breathtaking natural landscapes, endless meadows, cliffy rocks and historical ruins. In the Highlands, the mountainous ground, you will find the Munros and treeless moors. Munros are mountains above 3.000 feet (914 metres). Hiking is in Scotland a kind of public sports. At the so-called Munro Bagging people try to climb as many Munros as possible within the shortest time. The Isle of Skye is the island in the west of Scotland and it is very popular among nature lovers because it combines varying landscapes: Rolling hills, cliffy mountain chains, bays, beaches and castles, ports etc. The West Highland Way is the most famous long distance trail and leads over 154 kilometres from Glasgow to Fort William. The distance can be done withing 8 days. The highest mountain of Great Britain, Ben Nevis (1.345 m), is located in Scotland, too. Of course also the capital Edinburgh is worth to be visited.