Fort William Highlands ferry
The tiny passenger ferry from Fort William to Camusnagaul provides a sense of occasion into the start of the path to Cape Wrath, though straight away turning south upon disembarkation is only a little harsh! This leg begins on a quiet A road over the Ardgour peninsula and Loch Linnhe before heading through Cona Glen to Glenfinnan.
Surfaced minor road, great property paths and harsh, rugged footpaths.
Trains And Buses
Fort William is well-served by both rail and buses from Glasgow. The little traveler ferry from city pier leads across toward start of walk at Camasnagaul. Glenfinnan is linked to Fort William by train and coach.
Ferry from Fort William town pier to Camusnagaul.
Hillwalking in Winter
Take note that hillwalking if you have snowfall lying needs an ice-axe, crampons as well as the knowledge, experience and skill to use all of them correctly. All route descriptions and problems offered listed here are for summer time problems. See our Winter fundamentals page for fundamental information on the relevant skills, practices and understanding necessary for winter hillwalking.
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