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Starting Off

Meet us at the start of the trail in Milngavie between 08:00-09.30 where we’ll load your luggage safely into the van and deliver it to your chosen accommodation.

Subsequent Days

Simply place your bags in the luggage area for 09:00 each morning and set off on your walk. We will then collect and deliver it to your next stop along the ‘way.

Finishing Off

When you reach Fort William, your bags will be waiting for you at the Nevis Centre or your final accommodation – unless you’re joining us for the return journey south.

Additional Services

Return Transfers

Returning south after completing the West Highland Way could not be easier. We offer a bespoke private transfer service back to Milngavie, Glasgow/Edinburgh city centre or airport. We can cater for other destinations on request, please enquire.

Airport Transfers

We offer private passenger transport from either Glasgow or Edinburgh Airports to your starting point on the West Highland Way. This can be direct to Milngavie or further along the trail.

Late Arrivals

If you are unable to arrive in Milngavie by 09:30 we can arrange for another vehicle to meet you later in the day and take your bags to your first nights’ accommodation.

Luggage Storage

We have facilities to store excess luggage here at our office in Milngavie at the start of West Highland Way. This is particularly useful to those who bring luggage they don’t necessarily need whilst walking the West Highland Way.

Price Guide

Baggage Transfer

No. of BagsCost Per Bag
1-4£70
5-8£65
9+£60

Other Services

ServiceCost (£)
Late Arrivals£25/group
Luggage Storage£45/bag
 

Passenger Transport

FromTo Journey TimeGroup Size
(1 to 4)
Group Size
(5 to 7)
Glasgow City/AirportMilngavie30 mins£55£75
Edinburgh AirportMilngavie1h 30 mins£130£160
Fort William Milngavie2h 30mins£200£240
Fort WilliamGlasgow City/Airport2h 45 mins£220£260
Fort WilliamEdinburgh Airport3h£250£300
Fort WilliamEdinburgh City Centre3h 20mins£280£330

Plan your route along the West Highland Way

To get the most out of your walk, it’s best to make an honest plan that suits you and your group. If you need some inspiration and lots of useful information, check out our route planning page.