Scottish National Trail Wikipedia
The Scottish National Trail is a long distance walking route running a 756 kilometre-long route from Kirk Yetholm to Cape Wrath.
The trail starts in Kirk Yetholm, where the Penine way ends. Several shorter walks are included: St Cuthbert's Way, the Rob Roy Way and the Cape Wrath Trail.
Created by walker Cameron McNeish, it is the first walking route to run the length of Scotland. The route takes two months to walk. McNeish said he was inspired to launch the trail after visiting Nepal in 2011, when they had just announced the creation of the Great Himalayan Trail. The trail was officially launched on 30 October 2012 by First Minister Alex Salmond.