Walking in Lochaber
Fort William is the largest settlement on the west coast of the Highlands, and is a renowned centre for all kinds of outdoor activities. It is the most famous as being at the base of the highest peak of them all, Ben Nevis, but is also the gateway to Guided walks on Glen Nevis, on of the most picturesque of all Glens.
Loch Lochy and Loch Oich are well know and seen by all Travellers along the Great Glen. These attractive lochs offer short family walks as well as the tougher ascents of the steep mountains on their northern shores. Invergarry is at the heart of this area, on the northern shores of Loch Oich
The stunning Ardnamurchan peninsula is the most westerly part of the British mainland and is quite literally the end of the road. This is a beautiful but unforgiving and remote corner of Scotland, with amazing seascapes at every turn. The harsh landscape is relieved by a whole series of superb sandy beaches.
Glen Coe is a mecca for walkers, drawn by the challenge of conquering Buachaille Etive Mor, the 'Three Sisters' or Aonach Eagach. However, there are also gentler options such as Glen Etive, the Hidden Valley and the NTS waymarked path at Signal Rock.
Coastal walks are the great draw around the stunning West Coast of Lochaber. Explore woodlands or more challenging Munros around Glenfinnan.
Why travel to the Outdoor Capital by car or train when you can walk to it?! Take the West Highland Way from Glasgow or the Great Glen Way from Inverness and see the area from a different angle.
Ben Nevis Guide
Rockhopper Sea Kayaking is a fully mobile provider of guided sea kayaking trips and sea kayaking instruction based near Fort William on the West Coast of Scotland.
So what is No Fuss all about? Well basically we love the outdoors, we love events and the fun, camaraderie and craic. We have tried to strip back some of the rules and regulations involved with sport that can be a wee bit off putting at times.