10 of our top activities everyone in Scotland should try.

10 things everyone in Scotland should do before they die

Scotland may be a small country but it is crammed full of activities which should make it on to everyone’s bucket list.

Here are 10 things we think everyone should do in Scotland before they die.

The West Highland Way is a 154 km (96 miles) long path, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands and taking in some of the nation's most spectacular landscapes on route.

5. Walk the West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is a 154 km (96 miles) long path, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands and taking in some of the nation's most spectacular landscapes on route.
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Spanning nine islands The Outer Hebrides offer visitors rugged beauty, white sand beaches and friendly locals. One of the best way to see the islands and their many sights (like the Callanish stones) is by bike.

6. Cycle the Outer Hebrides

Spanning nine islands The Outer Hebrides offer visitors rugged beauty, white sand beaches and friendly locals. One of the best way to see the islands and their many sights (like the Callanish stones) is by bike.
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Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations are known around the globe.

7. Celebrate Hogmanay in Edinburgh

Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations are known around the globe.
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Up Helly Aa Vikings take part  during a torchlight procession. The festival runs every January on Shetland and is a celebration of the islands' Nordic routes.

8. Become a Viking for a day

Up Helly Aa Vikings take part during a torchlight procession. The festival runs every January on Shetland and is a celebration of the islands' Nordic routes.
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