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The weather in Scotland is very temperamental, and can change very quickly at short notice. Therefore it is advised that you wear and pack a variety of appropriate clothing to prepare for different weather conditions.

Some of the Via Ferrata trips can be challenging, so having a decent level of fitness beforehand will enhance your enjoyment of the activity.

The small villages and towns that dot the Scottish countryside are full of interesting history and culture, so when not indulging in Via Ferrata try and take the time to explore and learn a bit more about them.




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Quite cool for most of the year, with temperatures in Winter getting very cold and Summer usually reaching a maximum of 20 degrees celsius. The further North the colder the weather.




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How to get there

Flights to Edinburgh and Glasgow from all over Europe, regular trains from London and the rest of the UK, easy to drive up from England.

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Best time to visit

May-October, when the weather is warmest.






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