Kintyre is a beautiful part of Scotland rich in accessible sandy coastline and forestry tracks which makes it ideal for exploring using some of the established walking routes.
Whether it is a meander along the loch side in Tarbert or a more vigorous attempt at one of the sections of the Kintyre Way, Kintyre's long distance walk there is a walk and location that will suit you and your party regardless of ability and energy.
Challenge yourself with the full 86 mile walk from Tarbert, north Kintyre to the Mull of Kintyre over a number of days or try any of the available sections individually. Discover more about the Kintyre Way >
Kintyre has a fantastic accessible coastline which affords the benefit of being able to walk freely along sections of magnificent coastline and beaches. Discover more about Coastal Walks >
Argyll is rich in forestry, this is a good thing not only for the economy but also for wildlife. There are dozens of forestry walks throughout Kintyre awaiting exploring. Discover more about Forestry Walks >
Some of us prefer a gentle stroll or an unhurried meander at the water's edge, so you'll be delighted to know that there are quiet and largely transport free areas for just the very thing. Discover more about Short Walks >
With few exceptions, Kintyre's walks are rich in beautiful scenery passing over hills with views to islands, meandering down to the tranquil loch side, or across to beautiful sandy beaches where the clear water gently rolls at your feet. Wherever you decide to visit there are unique views at every turn. Discover more about Scenic Walks >