Tours are our specialty! See the gallery page for some photos of our wonderful tours.
Become one of the 150,000+ that follow the path to the top of Ben Nevis (4406ft).
During the summer months climbing Ben Nevis is a great way to spend the day taking
in some breathtaking scenery. On a clear day the coast of Ireland is visible. It
is recommended, however, that when trying the climb in the winter months to please
proceed with caution. The weather can catch out even the most experienced climbers
and we would rather collect your weary limbs than our hardworking and heroic volunteer
Mountain Rescue Team.
The Ice Factor in Kinlochleven boasts the biggest indoor ice climbing facility in
the world and the UK's largest articulated rock climbing wall. This is a popular
day out when the weather drives you in or if you need a refresher.
Starting from Corpach on the banks of Loch Linnhe, with Neptune's staircase at Banavie
and then onto Inverness, visitors of all ages will enjoy the spectacular scenery
and wildlife along the way of the "Caley". It is one of the nicest waterways in Britain
and stretches 60 miles from end to end, 22 miles of that being man-made waterway,
the rest being made up of the following natural lochs: Loch Lochy, Loch Oich, the
famous Loch Ness and Loch Dochfour. You might even see Nessie on your way.
Walk the West Highland Way, one of Scotland's most famous hiking trails, which starts
just north of Glasgow and takes you through the finest of scenery all the way to
Fort William, measuring an estimated 95 miles this a must for all who are interested
As featured in Harry Potter, travel on the famous "Hogwarts Express", the steam train
which travels from Fort William to Mallaig on the west coast, following along the
route featured in the Harry Potter films. We can take you directly to Fort William
Train Station so that you can travel on this magical train.
Trains run from Fort William to the west coast fishing port of Mallaig daily. You
can also get the Caledonian sleeper train from Fort William to London Euston, and
vice versa. To find our more about the Jacobite Steam Train click here.
There are many organisations providing water sports in or around Lochaber. Choices
include an organised boat trip to Seal Island, going it alone in a canoe, windsurfing
or hiring a sailing boat for you and your family. There are also slightly more extreme
sports such as white water rafting, gorge walking and canyoning. There are water
sports for everyone!
The butterfly conservation nature reserve at Loch Arkaig is a beautiful 2-mile nature
trail for viewing some of the local wildlife. This includes two scarce breeds of
butterfly, otters, dragonflies, and maybe even the reclusive Golden Eagle. Enjoy
an educational day out or a tranquil afternoon stroll.