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Here are some websites that you may find useful for your holiday in the area:

A good website for walking in the area, with excellent descriptions & maps for almost every walk in the surrounding area.

Hill walking, rock climbing, mountaineering, local expert guiding & instruction, covering Wester Ross and Skye.

Offers a variety of unique experiences such as paddle boarding, coasteering, canyoning, mountain biking and munro bagging.

Based at Shieldaig Lodge, qualified and experienced instructors will take you out to enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife of Gairloch and Loch Maree. Suitable for both beginners and experienced kayakers. They also provide guided munro walks and bike hire.

Owned by a kayak and canoe coach you will be kitted up to head out on the water safely and either learn some new skills or simply just explore the area further.

Gairloch Marine Life Information Centre & CruisesOwned and operated by a Marine Biologist. Offers a variety of cruises to suit all ages and interests.

Hebridean Whale Cruises operate whale and wildlife cruises from Gairloch, on Scotland's spectacular north west coast.

Based at the Gairloch harbour, you can take a glass bottomed boat out in to Loch Gairloch for a bit of wildlife spotting.

Approved by the Trekking & Riding Society of Scotland & the Association of British Riding Schools. Based at Red Point, phone 01445 741743.

The museum has much to offer both the casual visitor sheltering from the gentle Wester Ross rain, and the more serious student of history and Highland life. Children and adults will love the working models, quizzes and hands-on activities, while researchers will find rich resources in the library and archives.


Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve

Aultroy Visitor Centre (Kinlochewe) - 01445 760258. Various paths and tracks on the shore of Loch Maree and Beinn Eighe.

Camping & Campsites in the highlands.

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