Local Interest

There are so many terrific reasons for visiting the peninsula we can’t possibly list them all here, but the links below should give you a flavour of what’s on offer.

 

Guide to the area:

ardnamurchan.com

 

Walking:

walkhighlands.co.uk

 

Wildlife:

wildlochaber.com

 

Loch Sunart wildlife boat trips:

west-scotland-marine.com

 

Ardnamurchan distillery tour

 

Geology:

lochabergeopark.org.uk

Corran Ferry
Corran Ferry

The adventure starts here

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Loch Linnhe
Loch Linnhe

View from the ferry

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Castle Tioran
Castle Tioran
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Deer beside the road
Deer beside the road

On the way to Castle Tioran

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View from Ardnamurchan Point
View from Ardnamurchan Point

Muck. Eigg and Rhum, with Skye in the distance

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Ben Hiant and Loch Sunart
Ben Hiant and Loch Sunart

Extinct volcano. Easy short ascent with stunning views

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Glencoe
Glencoe

This is what you go through on the way north!

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Ardnamurchan Point
Ardnamurchan Point

23 miles west of Land's End!

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Singing Sands, Kentra Bay
Singing Sands, Kentra Bay

Shuffle your feet on the sands to make them sing. The noise comes from the grains rubbing together, They are completely round (between 0.1 and 0.5 mm) and rich in silica

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Loch Sheil
Loch Sheil

The loch is 28km long, going from Acharacle to Glenfinnan, site of the famous viaduct seen in the Harry Potter movies

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Loch Sunart
Loch Sunart
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Kentra Bay
Kentra Bay
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