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Popular Days Out

Bealach & Applecross penninsular

Head towards Lochcarron and ignore the first signpost to Applecross, just out of Shieldaig – this is the coast road you will come back by. The turning to Bealach na Ba and Applecross is before Kishorn. This road goes from sea level to 2053 feet in six miles with a steep hairpin section at the top...(read more)

Beinn Eighe & triple buttress walk

This is a fantastic all day walk in the heart of the Torridon Mountains Ð a real classic. On a clear day the views are some of the most spectacular (some say) in Scotland. There is a good path all the way but you do need good walking boots as it is still a rough trail...(read more)

Inverewe Gardens & Poolewe

Head north to Kinlochewe (fuel available here) and turn left towards Gairloch/Ullapool at the T junction. Past the Bienn Eighe visitors center, well worth a visit if you have time, with a good interpretive / exhibition area covering some of the local geology, flora & fauna...(read more)

Lochcarron, Stome Castle & Attadale Gardens

Head down to Lochcarron. For any art lovers there are some artist’s studios at Achintraid, the turning to the right, just before Kishorn and the seafood bar. Shortly after entry to Lochcarron and the 30mph signs, there is a right turn signposted to Strome castle. Take this and about three miles along...(read more)

Plockton, Eilean Donan Castle, Glen Elg

Head down to Lochcarron, drive past the golf course, down the long straight section and take the right turn signed to Kyle of Lochalsh A890. Past Attadale Gardens -­‐ a very scenic, single track, roller coaster road until eventually you meet the A87. Turn left here towards Dornie...(read more)

Torridon sea Tour

A local family has set up Torridon Sea Tours from Shieldaig village. A comfortable, stable catamaran has been kitted out to a high standard. Warm rugs, indoor and outdoor seating, great little loo, binoculars and a small galley provide many creature comforts. We have been out with them...(read more)

Train to Plockton or Kyle of Localsh

It is not that easy to get to back from Strathcarron station by public transport later in the day – by far the simplest and most flexible scheme is to drive to the station, park, then let the train take the strain. From Strathcarron station you can go to Inverness, Kyle of Localsh...(read more)

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