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John OGroats Trail

www.jogt.org.uk

Photograph of John OGroats TrailThe John O'Gtroat Trail is a 147 mile coastal walking route from Inverness to John O’Groats, traversing shorelines, cliff tops, back lanes and footpaths of the Scottish Highlands.

The route is a work in progress. Some of it is only accessible to the most fit and adventurous of walkers. Other sections are already popular walks. See stage status pages on the John OGroat Trail web site.

The walk is meant to be used both by long-distance walkers going as far as to or from Land’s End, and local walkers looking for a coastal stroll. Accommodation, meals and shops are available at the end of most stages of the walk.

Contacts and Office Bearers

Links To Walking, Activity and Information Sites
Long Distance Trails In Highland
Ramblers Scotland
Highland Rangers Events

PHOTO
Cliffs at dawn at Duncansby. Photographer Ian Sargent for the Caithness Biodiversity Collection

E-mail
walk@jogt.org.uk

Mr
Jay Wilson
Berriedale



News for John OGroats Trail

27/3/2018
John O'Groats Trail Group Install New Footbridge at OusdaleThumbnail for article : John O'Groats Trail Group Install New Footbridge at Ousdale
Jay Wilson Chair, Friends of the John o' Groats Trail, gives an update he new bridge they have built at Ousdale.   Today (25th March 2018) marked one of the key moments in the history of the John o' Groats Trail.  
18/3/2018
The John O'Groats Trail Group Moving ForwardThumbnail for article : The John O'Groats Trail Group Moving Forward
Since its inception by Jay Wilson the John OGroats Trail group of volunteers have kept moving forward.   With a daunting prospect of marking out 147 miles of trail From Inverness to John O'Groats they have created a viable route.  

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