We have negotiated a number of benefits for Friends of the North Highland Way:
- A beautiful book of the best “100 Outstanding British Walks” published by Ordnance Survey. Includes a Premium six month subscription to OS Maps – worth £19.99. Offer to individual paid up members of the Friends of the North Highland Way only.
- Access to a walking app for the North Highland Way
- Access to a heritage app for the far north
- Preferential treatment by our ATOL partners
- Discounts on products on www.letsgoexploring.co.uk
- A book about Dunnet Head
- Passport to the North Highland Way
when you purchase the books, you get the maps free.
We have already published books
- Thurso to Castletown.
- Maps available here
- Corners of Caithness – Dunnet, the focal point of the North Highland Way on Amazon
- Maps available here
Friends of the North Highland Way include Ordnance Survey, View Ranger, Walking World and Better Century. South Regional College in Northern Ireland has become a “Friend of the North Highland Way” by developing the passport to the North Highland Way. Students of the class of 2018/2019 of the Level 3 Art and Design Course in Lurgan worked hard on the graphics for the passport which is now available as part of the “Friends” package. Author Peter Wright (who volunteered for the John Muir Trust for many years and provided us with copies of “Ribbon of Wilderness” and “Nature’s Peace”), author Peter Hill (who kindly donated his book “I May be gone for some time”), Stuart Prince who wrote the book “Barry Beats Britain: The Coasters GB Story” in which there is a significant section about the far north.
Accommodation providers in the area from A’Mhoine to Borgie Forest are invited to submit walks in their area in return for a link on the accommodation map we are producing. Accommodation in the area between John o Groats and Durness and 10 miles inland outwith this area should Contact us for information. We are currently looking for tour guides who can advertise on this site for £30 per year. Tours must be ex Inverness but itineraries and accommodation will be the responsibility of the guide.
10% of the profits from this project go to the John Muir Trust which has the same aims and objectives as the developer of the Way.
At this stage, this does not include travel and tour products. This is at the discretion of the suppliers.
Culture and Heritage
With strong historical and cultural links between Spain, Scotland and Ireland (both North and South), you can join the Hispanic Society of Carrickfergus and get discounted Spanish lessons from a native speaker, access our on line magazine, and other benefits.
Join us.. we are making great progress. The social and environmental impact of the North Highland Way could be enormous if we had the route we planned. That is to say, a multi use route. We are getting there.
The challenge for 2020 is cancelled due to the Coronavirus but will be on around the same dates in 2021. Watch this space!