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I note however that there are some walks related to our literary giants. I have been eyeing the route of Stevenson's walk in the French mountains with the infamous Modestine the donkey (Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes (1879) ) which is now a well resourced route http://www.chemin-stevenson.org/ of 250km.
The other wilder . longer and I reckon more fatiguing is the route that follows David Balfour's Kidnapped adventure from Mull to Edinburgh. 370km http://www.stevensonway.org.uk/
Burns also has a walk, buy my knowledge is paltry http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/galloway/burns-dumfries.shtml
I did not ealise but there is a Sir Walter Scott route too. A healthy 148km in the Scottish Lowlands (when you've had enough of the Highlands after the Stevenson Way!)
Inclement weather aside, you just can't beat getting away from it all with a good book!