Winter Walks

Walking in Scotland in Winter can be a wonderful, inspiring, life affirming experience if you know where to go.

Of course the weather plays a factor but with so many great places to stop and visit great food to enjoy along the way and a warm welcome guaranteed a Winter Walk in Scotland provides the perfect opportunity to re-energise, refocus and recommit to living a wonderful life.

You can arrange to walk and talk with Andy through out the winter months on walks through incredible scenery yet which never stray too far from civilisation (somewhere warm and welcoming).

Around the festive period some people just want to “get away” and have a chance to reflect and discuss the important events and milestones as the old year ends and a new year of new possibilities begins. A journey to and in Scotland is a great way to explore what’s important in our lives right now from a different perspective. And a day or more with Andy is the chance to be inspired, encouraged and empowered to put our best foot forward in the coming weeks and months ahead.

2016’s been quite a year and 2017 looks like it will be more of the same. The world is changing, bringing new challenges and opportunities, so whether you need some “time out” or some time to “figure a few things out”, a Winter Walk in Scotland will provide you with plenty of opportunity to stretch your legs, breathe deeply and relax. Join Andy in a magical space and ancient place guaranteed to fire up you mind, body, and spirit.

A Winter Walk in Scotland with Andy Ferguson: Rekindle a roaring fire of excitement and commitment for the New Year and beyond.

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Molly Lynch

Pittsburgh, USA

I had an exceptional time visiting Scotland. Thank you again for the walk, the lunch and the thoughtful conversation. It was an experience I will treasure forever.

Molly Lynch

Pittsburgh, USA