Holiday cottages Fort William Highlands area
Lochaber refers to an extremely big location within the western of highlands which includes Glencoe, Glen Nevis many associated with the Great Glen, as well as the Ardnaurchan penisula and Knoydart. Lying during the foot of Ben Nevis and on the shores of Loch Linnhe, Fort William is a bustling small town that's well-equipped to provide the nearby area. This has an outstanding setting overlooking Loch Linnhe and is a convenient centre for climbing, walking and hill cycling in surrounding location.
Fort William & Lochaber Self-catering Cottages
7 evenings - From £595
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Lots to See and Do
Destinations range from the western Highland Museum, the Ocean Frontier Underwater Centre (which include a diving training centre with synthetic wreck) as well as the Ben Nevis Distillery.
From right here you are able to make the 'Jacobite' vapor train off to Mallaig and simply take watercraft trips regarding the loch to begin to see the basking seals. It is possible to climb up Ben Nevis or walk-in the beautiful glen of the identical title and you're ideally put for touring in all directions.
Around Fort WilliamPath up Ben Nevis
Ben Nevis is Scotland's greatest hill at 1343 metres it is surrounded by a number of other peaks over 1000 metres. The location is hence a magnet for 'Munro baggers' (climbers of hills over 1000 metres), walkers, skiers (at the relatively new Aonach Mhor ski center), paragliders and cyclists attracted because of the tournament downhill hill biking course.
The Caledonian Canal begins at Banavie where you can find eight hair called Neptune's Staircase. Close by may be the Treasures associated with Earth geological convention at Corpach.
Glen Coe, south of Fort William, may be the site of the 1692 massacre for the MacDonalds at the hands of the Campbell clan. There are several both intense and less difficult walks in this region, including, the Devil's Staircase from Kinlochleven therefore the Buachaille Etive Beag circuit over the valleys. The 14 mile stroll from Kinlochleven to Fort William comprises the ultimate area of the West Highland Method. There are many destinations in Kinlochleven: the Aluminium tale, The Ice element (an indoor climbing center) and Atlas Brewery.