I work and travel all over the country but below is just a list of a few favourites and must-sees!
Isle of Arran
The Isle of Arran is a wonderful place. Some say it's all of Scotland in miniature with its historic and beautiful coastlines to it's rugged high peaks. Places that I recommend are The Three Bens, Goatfell and the Cock of Arran. There are hundreds more that i could add so if you have one in mind and would like a guide just get in touch.
Edinburgh, The Lothians and The Borders
There is much to do in this wonderful area, from sandy beach walks to hill walking in The Pentlands and biking in Glentress, There are even places to go climbing outside! So you name it and it can probably be arranged.
Pitlochry, Central and East highlands
Brilliant Caledonian forest, the high peaks of The Cairngorm National Park and the hidden away peaks of Schiehallion and Ben Lawers - so much to explore and do from low level walks to great hikes on some of Scotland's finest Munros.
Ben Nevis and the South West Highlands
A vast area from Britain's highest mountain Ben Nevis to the Lost Valley in Glen Coe and to the shores of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park - lots to see and do so if you fancy exploring this area just get in touch.