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I'm just here to tell you about the walks I took.If you've heard anything about the weather in Scotland, you've heard the word "wet".These conditions make even more impressive the large collection of footpaths that are the best way to explore the stunning countryside.The single most useful tool for planning walks in Scotland is the popular website WalkHighlands.com.Before leaving for Scotland, I spent hours clicking through trails and shopping for landscapes.Once in Scotland, after finishing the West Highland Way and happily making day hikes around the Isle of Skye, I found that speaking of Rhenigidale could have a profound effect.In my two days at the hostel, no one appeared but the friendly warden, Kate Langley, who lives with her husband and children across the road.On a little radio, BBC Scotland played bagpipe music and folk songs.The hostels make excellent bases for walks on sprawling white-sand beaches and climbs of the nearby hills.
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