DEVELOPING AND MARKETING THE NORTH HIGHLAND WAY
I am the recognised leader on the project of the North Highland Way by both public services and the private sector tourism association.
A group of people in the north of Scotland want to develop the North Highland Way, a route across the north of Scotland. ~We are in the process of developing a new web site to encompass the actual route, and the route under development. As I used to live in Caithness and marketed Dunnet Head as the most northerly point for many years, and was involved in community development, this experience places me perfectly for the development of the Way and the marketing of the existing route. I am also marketing the route as it stands, but it requires further development. When I lived in Scotland, the company was called Brough Bay Ltd. t/a LetsGoNorth and was registered with Companies House. The Dunnet Head Educational Trust was registered with the Charities Commission of Scotland. Since I moved to Ireland, I work under TDM Consultancy Services.
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New walks on the North Highland Way which are not on the web site of our partners, Walking World.
14-16 September 2018
Travel to Durness on Friday. Leave on Sunday. Two days great walking. 2 nights in a 3 star bed and breakfast £210 per person + travel. There are some great walks and lots to see.
Join us and enjoy some of the most stunning scenery in the world on the north coast. A % of the cost will go towards the development of the North Highland Way.
When you book, you will receive a free app and information about the bus tour to see Smoo Cave.
Or give us a call on 077 8011 3739
An Indian gentleman has purchased the URL http://www.letsgonorth.com which is currently (14th August 2018) being updated in the background. I submitted blogs about Kilimanjaro, and he will be posting them shortly.
I am delighted that the web site has gone to a good home… it was the home of tourism in the north of Scotland since 1998.