Trinity Temple - Randonnée sur l'Hebridean Way - Écosse - © Claire Blumenfeld


In June 2019, I left for five weeks of hiking across Scotland. I started with the West Highland Way, a hike of about a week through the Highlands and then continued through the Hebridean Way, two weeks across the Outer Hebrides, a string of islands on the west coast of Scotland to finish with Isle of Skye and Inverness. Rain, clouds, green mountains, white sand beaches, ruins and a special atmosphere.

5 weeks – June and July 2019

The photographs

West coast of South Uist - Hiking the Hebridean Way - Scotland - © Claire Blumenfeld

Photos – The Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides are an archipelago of islands east of Scotland. For two and a half weeks, I crossed on foot following the Hebridean Way, the different islands constituting the archipelago, from Barra in the south to Lewis in the North.

Beinn Dorain - Hiking the West Highland Way - Scotland - © Claire Blumenfeld

Photos – The Scottish Highlands

Eight days of hiking on the West Highland Way in Scotland. Many variations of green and gray with touches of colors. A selection of my best photos on my 156km across the Scottish Highlands.

The tales

Port Nan Long - Hiking the Hebridean Way - Scotland - © Claire Blumenfeld

The Hebridean Way – part 1 : Wind and monotony

After the West Highland Way, I head out for my second week in Scotland for the Outer Hebrides, an archipelago of about ten islands in the West of Scotland. The Hebridean Way, a two-week wilder hiking trail, is waiting for me.