Crossing 'over the sea to Skye', whether by ferry boat or across the striking bridge, is always a magical moment. Scotland may be renowned for its majestic Highland landscapes, but the Isle of Skye has always had a unique charm.
Whilst the island has become increasingly popular for touring by car in recent years, if you really want to uncover its secrets, there’s no substitute for exploring on foot. Published by Vertebrate Press, Day Walks on the Isle of Skye features 20 walks, ranging from three to eight hours, which help uncover all the island’s many moods. Here, authors Paul and Helen Webster pick out their favourites.