We’ve teamed up with NorthLink Ferries to offer you the chance to win a walking trip to the spectacular Shetland Islands
Open the gateway to Shetland’s spectacular shores and discover the natural beauty of the wild outdoors while experiencing all the adventure, history, food and drink that the island has to offer.
From the breathtaking landscapes and unique culture to the warmest of people, it’s a truly magical place, and two lucky Trek & Mountain readers can experience it all with our exclusive competition.
Your journey begins as you set sail with NorthLink Ferries, where you’ll be able to enjoy the many comforts offered on board and arrive at your destination refreshed and ready to begin your island adventure.
Located on the shore of Busta Voe, the stunning Busta House Hotel is a perfect blend of history, romance and intimacy and will be your island home for the weekend. You’ll receive full B&B hospitality over three nights and enjoy a three course meal on a night of your choice during your stay. You’ll also be treated to a full days’ guided tour with Shetland Walking and Wildlife where you’ll discover the wild and rugged northern end of Shetland and climb the island’s highest mountain, Ronas Hill.
HOW TO ENTER
Just answer the simple question below and your name will be entered into the draw.
What is the name of Shetland’s highest mountain?
a. Ben Nevis
b. Ronas Hill
c. Scafell Pike
The deadline for receiving entries is 1st July, and the winner will be announced on the 8th July. Full terms and conditions below.
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Terms and conditions
Package includes return tickets for two between Aberdeen and Lerwick including car, two berth cabin and access to Magnus’ Lounge with NorthLink Ferries. The journey to and from Shetland is overnight so the full duration of the trip will be five nights (Weds to Mon). Accommodation at Busta House House is for three nights (Thurs/Fri/Sat) in September 2013 and is subject to availability. The full day’s guided tour with Shetland Walking and Wildlife will take place on the Friday and the hillwalking element is considered strenuous. The tour is also all subject to availability and advanced booking is required.