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The West Highland Way (Scottish Gaelic: Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) is a linear long-distance route in Scotland. It is 154 km (96 miles) long, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, with an element of hill walking in the route. The trail, which opened in 1980, was Scotland's first officially designated Long Distance Route, and is now designated by NatureScot as one of Scotland's Great Trails. It is primarily intended as a long distance walking route, and whilst many sections are suitable for mountain biking and horseriding there are obstacles and surfaces that will require these users to dismount in places.

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  • West Highland Way, v překladu Cesta západní Skotskou vysočinou (skotskou gaelštinou Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) je dálková turistická trasa ve Skotsku s oficiálním statusem dálkové cesty. Měří 154,5 km a vede z severně od Glasgow do Fort William ve Skotské vysočině. Cesta má i prvky horské turistiky. Je spravována organizací West Highland Way Management Group, kterou tvoří dohromady správní oblasti Západní Dunbartonshire, Stirling, Argyll a Bute, Highland a správa národního parku Loch Lomond a The Trossachs. Po stezce se každoročně vydá asi 86 tisíc turistů, z nichž přes 30 tisíc přejde stezku celou.[zdroj?] (cs)
  • West Highland Way (Eskoziako gaeleraz Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar, eta euskaraz Mendebaldeko Lur Garagietako Ibilbidea) Eskoziako mendebaldea behetik-gora zeharkatzen duen ibilbide luzea da. Glasgow hiriko iparraldean dagoen Milngavie udalerrian hasi eta Eskoziako Lur Garaietan dagoen Fort William udalerrian amaitzen delarik. Denera 153 kilometroko luzera du, Mendebaldeko Dunbartonshire, Stirling, Argyll eta Bute konderriak eta Highland eskualdea zeharkatzen ditu. Urtero 85.000 bidaiari edo ibiltarik ibilbide hau erabili ohi dute. (eu)
  • Le West Highland Way (WHW), est un chemin de randonnée en Écosse faisant partie des Great Trails. D'une distance d'environ 154 kilomètres, soit 96 miles, il relie Milngavie, situé au nord de Glasgow, à Fort William, dans les Highlands. Environ 85 000 personnes empruntent ce sentier chaque année, sur une durée de 5, 6 ou 7 jours. Une course annuelle, appelée "West Highland Way Race", a lieu sur le parcours. (fr)
  • Is éard is Slighe na Gaidhealtachd an Iar (Béarla: West Highland Way) ann ná cosán fad-achair in Albain, leis an stádas oifigiúil 'Bealach Fadscríbe'. Tá sé 153 ciliméadar (95 míle) ar fhad, agus síneann sé ó Mhuileann Dháibhidh i dtuaisceart Ghlaschú go dtí an Gearasdan i nGarbhchríocha na hAlban. Tá sé á bhainistiú go comhpháirteach ag Comhairle Dhún Breatainn an Iar, Comhairle Shruighlea, Comhairle Earra-Ghaidheal agus Bód, Comhairle na Gáidhealtachd agus Páirc Náiseanta Loch Laomainn agus nan Trosaichean. Siúlann beagnach 85,000 duine an cosán gach bliain. (ga)
  • La West Highland Way, in italiano via dell'Ovest inglese a seguito di traduzione non letterale (in gaelico scozzese: na Slighe Gàidhealtachd uno Iar), è un sentiero lineare a lunga distanza situato in Scozia, con lo status ufficiale di percorso di lunga distanza rurale carrabile. Si estende per circa 154,5 km di lunghezza e, passando per Milngavie, cittadina a nord-ovest di Glasgow, raggiunge Fort William, nelle Highlands scozzesi, con una conformazione tipica della collina lungo il percorso e passando nelle vicinanze del Loch Lomond. È gestito congiuntamente dal Consiglio generale del West Dunbartonshire, dal Consiglio di Stirling, dal Consiglio di Argyll e Bute e dall'. Il flusso di persone che passano annualmente per il tragitto con mezzi di trasporto motorizzati ammonta ad 85.000. (it)
  • De West Highland Way is een lange-afstandswandeling in Schotland. De route werd in 1980 geopend, is 152 kilometer lang en loopt van Milngavie nabij Glasgow tot Fort William door de Schotse Hooglanden (Highlands). Ongeveer de helft van de West Highland Way loopt over oude veedrijverroutes, oude militaire wegen en oude koetswegen, meestal goed onderhouden paden. De andere helft bestaat uit drooggevallen bergbeken en rivieren. Deze 'paden' worden gekenmerkt door een mengsel van kiezels, stenen en rotsen waarover de wandelaars zich een weg omhoog of omlaag moeten banen. Vooral langs Loch Lomond en ten noorden van Bridge of Orchy maakt deze ondergrond de tocht extra zwaar. Jaarlijks lopen ongeveer 50.000 mensen de West-Highland Way, waarvan 10% met de tent. Het is het populairste wandelpad in Groot-Brittannië. (nl)
  • The West Highland Way (Scottish Gaelic: Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) is a linear long-distance route in Scotland. It is 154 km (96 miles) long, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, with an element of hill walking in the route. The trail, which opened in 1980, was Scotland's first officially designated Long Distance Route, and is now designated by NatureScot as one of Scotland's Great Trails. It is primarily intended as a long distance walking route, and whilst many sections are suitable for mountain biking and horseriding there are obstacles and surfaces that will require these users to dismount in places. It is managed by the West Highland Way Management Group (WHWMG) consisting of the local authorities for East Dunbartonshire, Stirling, Argyll and Bute and Highland, alongside the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority and NatureScot. About 120,000 people use the path every year, of whom about 36,000 walk the entire route. The path is estimated to generate £5.5 million each year for the local economy. As of 2019 about 100,000 people walked part of the Way each year, with 36,000 completing the route. Notable wildlife that may be seen includes feral goats (descendants of those left from the Highland Clearances), red deer, and around the peaks sometimes golden eagles. (en)
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  • Rannoch Moor on the West Highland Way, between Bridge of Orchy and the Kingshouse. (en)
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  • West Highland Way, v překladu Cesta západní Skotskou vysočinou (skotskou gaelštinou Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) je dálková turistická trasa ve Skotsku s oficiálním statusem dálkové cesty. Měří 154,5 km a vede z severně od Glasgow do Fort William ve Skotské vysočině. Cesta má i prvky horské turistiky. Je spravována organizací West Highland Way Management Group, kterou tvoří dohromady správní oblasti Západní Dunbartonshire, Stirling, Argyll a Bute, Highland a správa národního parku Loch Lomond a The Trossachs. Po stezce se každoročně vydá asi 86 tisíc turistů, z nichž přes 30 tisíc přejde stezku celou.[zdroj?] (cs)
  • West Highland Way (Eskoziako gaeleraz Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar, eta euskaraz Mendebaldeko Lur Garagietako Ibilbidea) Eskoziako mendebaldea behetik-gora zeharkatzen duen ibilbide luzea da. Glasgow hiriko iparraldean dagoen Milngavie udalerrian hasi eta Eskoziako Lur Garaietan dagoen Fort William udalerrian amaitzen delarik. Denera 153 kilometroko luzera du, Mendebaldeko Dunbartonshire, Stirling, Argyll eta Bute konderriak eta Highland eskualdea zeharkatzen ditu. Urtero 85.000 bidaiari edo ibiltarik ibilbide hau erabili ohi dute. (eu)
  • Le West Highland Way (WHW), est un chemin de randonnée en Écosse faisant partie des Great Trails. D'une distance d'environ 154 kilomètres, soit 96 miles, il relie Milngavie, situé au nord de Glasgow, à Fort William, dans les Highlands. Environ 85 000 personnes empruntent ce sentier chaque année, sur une durée de 5, 6 ou 7 jours. Une course annuelle, appelée "West Highland Way Race", a lieu sur le parcours. (fr)
  • Is éard is Slighe na Gaidhealtachd an Iar (Béarla: West Highland Way) ann ná cosán fad-achair in Albain, leis an stádas oifigiúil 'Bealach Fadscríbe'. Tá sé 153 ciliméadar (95 míle) ar fhad, agus síneann sé ó Mhuileann Dháibhidh i dtuaisceart Ghlaschú go dtí an Gearasdan i nGarbhchríocha na hAlban. Tá sé á bhainistiú go comhpháirteach ag Comhairle Dhún Breatainn an Iar, Comhairle Shruighlea, Comhairle Earra-Ghaidheal agus Bód, Comhairle na Gáidhealtachd agus Páirc Náiseanta Loch Laomainn agus nan Trosaichean. Siúlann beagnach 85,000 duine an cosán gach bliain. (ga)
  • The West Highland Way (Scottish Gaelic: Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) is a linear long-distance route in Scotland. It is 154 km (96 miles) long, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, with an element of hill walking in the route. The trail, which opened in 1980, was Scotland's first officially designated Long Distance Route, and is now designated by NatureScot as one of Scotland's Great Trails. It is primarily intended as a long distance walking route, and whilst many sections are suitable for mountain biking and horseriding there are obstacles and surfaces that will require these users to dismount in places. (en)
  • La West Highland Way, in italiano via dell'Ovest inglese a seguito di traduzione non letterale (in gaelico scozzese: na Slighe Gàidhealtachd uno Iar), è un sentiero lineare a lunga distanza situato in Scozia, con lo status ufficiale di percorso di lunga distanza rurale carrabile. Si estende per circa 154,5 km di lunghezza e, passando per Milngavie, cittadina a nord-ovest di Glasgow, raggiunge Fort William, nelle Highlands scozzesi, con una conformazione tipica della collina lungo il percorso e passando nelle vicinanze del Loch Lomond. (it)
  • De West Highland Way is een lange-afstandswandeling in Schotland. De route werd in 1980 geopend, is 152 kilometer lang en loopt van Milngavie nabij Glasgow tot Fort William door de Schotse Hooglanden (Highlands). (nl)
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  • West Highland Way (it)
  • West Highland Way (nl)
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