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The West Highland Museum’s collections tell the story of the region and its history. Its most renowned and unusual collection relates to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite cause. The museum also house fascinating collections relating to the less well-known aspects of the lives and people of...
Leisure / Swimming Pool
Location: Glen Nevis
Starting Point: Braveheart Car park; Glen Nevis Visitors Centre, both Glen Nevis
Trail Length: 15 miles / 25 kilometres
Time Required: 2.5 - half day ride
Route Type: Cross Country - Road
Difficulty: Beginner - Intermediate
O.S. Map: OS Explorer 392; OS Landranger...
The largest dedicated shinty park in Fort William, An Aird is located on the east back of Loch Linhe near to the town centre and next to the Nevis Centre. An Aird is also home to Fort William Shinty Club.
The otter's main habitat is along the sea shore and the banks of rivers, lakes and streams. They are territorial and their territories cover 1 - 3 km along the sea shore and 5 - 20 km along freshwater rivers and lakes. Otters do not migrate and live in their territories all year round.
less than 2 miles
During this Wild Lochaber Festival 2014 - enjoy an amazing evening cruise on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st or Friday 23rd May 2014, departing the Town Pier at 7.30pm.
Plus regular sailing during July and August, check our website for details.
This is a great opportunity to experience some of...
The Lime Tree An Ealdhain gallery is a purpose built space that hosts public touring and commercial contemporary exhibitions in Fort William, Highlands.
As well as giving contemporary artists a platform to exhibit and sell their work, the art gallery prides itself in bringing major public...
Heritage / Visitor Centre
The Glen Nevis Visitor Centre is situated 1.5 miles along the Glen Nevis road from the Nevis bridge mini-roundabout. Here you will find information on walking and the local area. There are toilets and a shop where you can buy essentials, such as maps and snacks or a gift to remind you of your visit...
The Great Glen Canoe Trail is yet another example of what adventures await outdoor enthusiasts in the Outdoor Capital.
It is an epic 60 mile (95km) journey crossing Scotland in 5 days and conquering the formidable open waters of Loch Lochy and Loch Ness, a challenge in itself.