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Get voting in the #SchoolTravelAwards supported by HI Hostels/Groups for your chance to win £1500 http://ow.ly/gVow301TA2k
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Due a cancellation on August's Skye Munros Activity Holiday we now have one space available on this very popular trip! If you missed out because the trip was fully booked then give us a call on 0345 293 7373 http://ow.ly/OxC2301Q9Et
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What a great day by day review of our Torridon Munro Activity Holiday. Stunning shots of the surrounding mountains too, thanks Dave! http://ow.ly/bsuZ301NRjF
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The Gairloch Gathering takes place this coming weekend, just a few minutes walk from Gairloch Sands Youth Hostel! Book your accommodation here: http://ow.ly/OQrP1
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With some of the best archaeological gems in the world, the Orkney Isles are a 'must see' destination in Scotland.The best bit? Orkney is reachable from the mainland in less than an hour and you can get to all of the main sites from Kirkwall Youth Hostel! See p35-37 http://bit.ly/Hosteller2016
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The Isle of Skye is "abundant in natural wonders" - Locomotion Scotland blogger, Neil, goes hostelling and explores the dramatic scenery of Glenbrittle. Read more here: http://ow.ly/kTED301BdHu
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Glasgow Metro Youth Hostel is #NowOpen and looking forward to welcoming guests this summer! Book your accommodation here: http://ow.ly/B3wF301B86k
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Getting to the Isle of Skye is easy! Arrive by car or coach over the bridge, or if you have more time, combine train and ferry over the sea to Skye. Book your stay in one of 3 Scottish Youth Hostels across the island http://ow.ly/i/kvVyo http://ow.ly/i/kvVyW
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Glen Affric, Port Charlotte on Islay and the Cairngorms are in the Top 10 but where else would you rate for fantastic wildlife walks in Scotland?
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"The youth hostel staff were wonderful; so kind and patient with the children. The activity providers were also great and everyone managed more than they expected. We took a trip up to see the Fortingall Yew - the oldest living thing in Europe because the 500 year old tree in Weem Woods had interested the children so much." - Give Us a Break trip to Pitlochry Youth Hostel
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