Torridon, Lochalsh & Skye


5 days based in one centre

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Cost: £710 includes ferry and a boat trip. Excludes accommodation, meals and drinks

Basing ourselves in one accommodation slows the pace by not having to pack up each day. This enables us to get to know one region much better and appreciate it more on foot. You will encounter the dramatic and wild mountain terrain of North-West Scotland with its many lochs, sea inlets, mountainous peninsulas, pine woodlands and waterfalls. This region has so much to offer and ranks amongst the finest scenery in all of Scotland. As well as a choice of hikes, we will take to boats and see atmospheric ruins in spectacular settings. Noted for its tranquil rural setting and spectacular views, the B&B will provide a place of peace and restoration. Loch Ness and Glen Coe are passed through on this trip.


Day 1

Depart from Edinburgh 9:30-10am. Going north over the Firth of Forth and up into the Highlands at Dunkeld. Drive over the barren Drumochter pass. Picnic overlooking Loch an Eilean after a climb and wander through the Caledonian pine woods. 

Over the Slochd pass and descend to Inverness and Moray Firth with walk to view the Falls of Rogie before driving west for the more dramatic peaks of western Scotland. Arrive in our west coast accommodation early evening.


Day 2

A day to travel more by foot than in the vehicle. There are a number of hiking possibilities ranging from walks along rivers and glens to view waterfalls, to gaining the heights to take in views of lochs, hills and sea. The scenery of this area is truly magnificent and you won’t want to hurry. Meal out in a local pub.

Options include canoeing, coasteering, mountain biking. These aren’t included in the price but we can help arrange these activities.


Day 3  

Tour north to see Loch Maree with a boat trip across to its charming islands in spectacular scenery and steeped in ancient history and mystery. Climb a peak or a more low lying walk through dramatic hill scenery. Dine at an inn by the seaside and sample a choice of the locally caught seafood.


Day 4     

A trip to the dramatic setting of Elgol on the Isle of Skye. Options of a boat trip or walk to see the famous Cuillin Hills. Ferry back and visit the historic brochs (ancient towers) of Glenelg and back to the accommodation.


Day 5

Return to Edinburgh/Glasgow via the Road to the Isles, Fort William at the foot of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis and through the atmospheric Glen Coe. With walks and stops en route to break up the journey.


Costs include ferry charges, one boat trip, the daily vehicle tours and guided walks.

Extras not included are:

- accommodation starting £80/night for two sharing or from £50 per person in single.

- food and drink.

- extra activities like cycling/mountain biking etc.

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