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What’s on Fort William and Lochaber

Lochaber offers a range of exhilarating outdoor experiences: hill walking, ice climbing, skiing, snowboarding, canyoning, canoeing, paragliding and mountain biking are just some of the attractions. If all that’s too much activity for you, you can just take in the scenery as you drive through the dramatic slopes of Glencoe or catch the boat over to the Small Isles of Eigg, Rum, Canna and Muck.

area highlights

16th - 30th May 2015, Lochaber:

The Wild Lochaber Festival is a celebration of the incredible wildlife and geology that can be experienced in Lochaber.

13th - 14th June 2015, Highlands:

Since its inception in 1996 the Caledonian Challenge has become one of the biggest and longest running charity sports events on the calendar.

20th June 2015, Highlands:

Cross country mountain bike endurance - run on an endurance format with teams and individuals competing to see who can complete the most laps of the 10-mile course in 10 hours.

19th September 2015, Highlands:

This ultimate mountain running event from No Fuss Events is for endurance athletes and people with a sense of adventure.

5th April  - 7th October 2015, Highlands:

The museum has displays relating to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the ’45 Rising, a portrayal of the history of the clan and artefacts relating to the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders.

May - October, Highlands:

The Glenfinnan Experience includes not only the Station Museum but also the Monument to Bonnie Prince Charlie at the head of Loch Shiel.

Year-round, Highlands:

Glencoe is nationally important for its landscape, wildlife, history and geology and as a tourist destination.

Year-round, Fort William and Lochaber:

A spectacular example of a landscape formed in the last ice age.

Year-round, Fort William:

This peaceful woodland is a rare surviving fragment of the native oakwoods that once spread along the Atlantic coast.

Year-round, Fort William & Lochaber:

Here on the shore of Loch Sunart, on the rugged Ardnamurchan peninsula, wood warblers nest in the spring, along with redstarts, spotted flycatchers and common woodland birds.


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