We present a multiscale analysis for the exit measures from large balls in Zd, d ≥ 3, of random walks in certain i.i.d. random environments which are small perturbations of the fixed environment corresponding to simple random walk. Our main assumption is an isotropy assumption on the law of the environment, introduced by Bricmont and Kupiainen. Under this assumption, we prove that the exit measure of the random walk in a random environment from a large ball, approaches the exit measure of a simple random walk from the same ball, in the sense that the variational distance between smoothed versions of these measures converges to zero. We also prove the transience of the random walk in random environment. The analysis is based on propagating estimates on the variational distance between the exit measure of the random walk in random environment and that of simple random walk, in addition to estimates on the variational distance between smoothed versions of these quantities.