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Wild West offer wildlfe safaris from 2 hours to a full day, based in the Great Glen. Full day trips include a boat trip on Loch Hourn. Species regularly seen include red deer, golde eagle, sea eagle & seals amongst many others
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The Battle of the Shirts (Scottish Gaelic: Blar na Léine, also the Battle of Kinloch-Lochy) was a Scottish clan battle that took place in 1544 in the Great Glen, at the northern end of Loch Lochy. The Clan Donald and their allies the Clan Cameron fought the Clan Fraser and men from Clan Grant. The...
Toban nan Ceann - The Well Of The Heads
As you drive along the road that skirts the shore of Loch Oich you pass a bizarre column, surmounted by seven severed stone heads, that has a particularly gory history.
It all began on 25th September, 1663 when Alexander MacDonald, the young Chief of...
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Location: Great Glen
Starting Point: The Forestry Commission Car Park At White Bridge, Invergarry
Trail Length: Approximately 14 miles, 22 kms
Time Required: 3 hours
Route Type: Family / Recreational
O.S. Map: Ordnance Survey Explorer 400 Loch Lochy & Glen Roy
Location: Great Glen
Starting Point: NH 281 006 Allt na Cailliche Carpark Glen Garry Forest
Trail Length: 12km approx
Time Required: 3.5 hours
Route Type: Cross Country
Difficulty: Intermediate - Advanced
O.S. Map: Fort Augustus
Parking: Allt na Cailliche Carpark
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The Outdoor Capital’s premier mountain experience! There is something for everyone here. Probably best known for the fact that it operates the only mountain gondola in the UK, no visit to the Outdoor Capital would be complete without a visit to Nevis Range with its fantastic facilities and...
Enjoy this fantastic cruise under the slopes of Ben Nevis, Britains highest mountain onboard the historic vessel Souters Lass. The Skipper gives an entertaining and informative commentary as the boat cruises past a salmon farm, mussel farm and on to view Black Rock where seals can be seen most of...
The Land, Sea and Islands Visitor Centre opened in July 1999 on the site of a derelict smiddy in a stunning situation in the heart of Arisaig village.
A community project, it houses an exhibition that celebrates the social and natural history of the area old and new with photographic displays...
The Lime Tree An Ealdhain Gallery is a purpose built space that hosts public touring and commercial contemporary exhibitions. As well as giving contemporary artists a platform to exhibit and sell their work, the gallery prides itself in bringing major public exhibitions from national collections...
(Gaelic: Gleann Laoigh meaning “calf glen”) Glen Loy is a lovely quiet glen near Fort William. There are no formal walks but you can explore the glen by either the public road running along the river, or a stretch of path through the oak woods at Erracht, where there is a small carpark.