A lovely trip to the top of the chairlifts at 650 m on the northern slopes of Meall a Bhuridh, affording stunning views over Rannoch Moor to the surrounding hills of Glen Coe and Glen Etive.
Lochaber is a wild, beautiful, remote region in the heart of the West Highlands of Scotland with stunning scenery, sandy beaches, rocky shorelines, historical landscapes and some of the best places for wildlife, walking and adventure in the UK. >>Places to Stay...
Selected Hotels across Lochaber - ideally situated for your walking and wildlife holiday
Mingary Castle, former stronghold of the MacIans of Ardnamurchan, has been recently restored and is a now a luxurious hotel. It has four unique suites sleeping a total of 10 and offers castle guests a 10 course tasting menu in the grand dining room. Well placed to explore The Ardnamurchan Peninsula and also for the ferry from Kilchoan to Tobermory on The Isle of Mull.
Wild About Lochaber for Wildlife
Wild About Lochaber for Walking
There are many scenic walks in Lochaber to suit all tastes and fitness levels, ranging from gentle strolls, to coastal, forest and moorland walks, through to challenging mountain treks. We have over 80 printer friendly walks with OS maps, route descriptions, photographs and wildlife commenary. >>Walking in Lochaber...
A walk through oak woodland and heathland along the shores of Loch Arienas to the deserted village of Arienas in the Scottish Wildlife Trust Rahoy Hills Reserve. The Rahoy Hill Reserve is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation.