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Walks on the wild side!

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There is no better place to enjoy walking than Fort William & Lochaber, the Outdoor Capital of the UK.  On the Outdoor Capital Website you’ll find masses of info with something to suit everyone, from extreme mountain climbing to gentle walks!

Snow on Ben Nevis

Climb Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain at 1344m (4406’).  Very popular to do, but can also be very dangerous.  Take advice before attempting it!!

Steall Falls

Explore Glen Nevis and the Steall falls.  This must be the most spectacular short walk in the area.  One of the ‘must see’ things to do when you are in Fort William

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Fort William is at the start and finish of several long distance walks.  The West Highland Way, The Great Glen Way and the NEW East Highland Way

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Walk or scramble amongst majestic mountains in the Outdoor Capital of the UK.  Whether it is in full sun to enjoy the panoramic vistas, or misty with shifting clouds and an approaching storm, there are memorable walks to challenge the most adventurous.

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If climbing Ben Nevis isn’t your thing, there are lots of easier spectacular walks around too.  Check out the WalkHighlands website for info.

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Find information on walking and much, much more at the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre.  There’s lots of parking, picnic tables and a short walk along the riverside if you’d rather admire the Ben than climb it! There are toilets and a gift shop.  Open April to October.

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Experience the incredible sights and sounds of Scotland’s natural world at a nearby National Nature Reserve.  The reserves help protect an amazing range of wildlife and landscapes for you to visit and enjoy.  There is magnificent Creag Megaidh (pronounced Craig Meggie) near Laggan,  the ancient mossy oakwoods at Ariundle near Strontian or you can stand and wonder at the famous ‘Parallel Roads’ of Glen Roy created by glacial action in the last ice age.

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Borrow one of our Geotrail leaflets and find out more about the variety of geology in the Lochaber Geopark.  The trails are car-based and involve six stopping places and short walks—see a different side to the scenery!

Relax and Enjoy

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Torlinnhe has a Facebook page Why not join us there, maybe "LIKE" us if you feel so inclined. Say hello and keep us posted with what you are up to and where you go. Better still, let us know when you are coming back!

Another succesful year on TripAdvisor!

Well, we seem to have done it again! We now have a TA certificate of Excellence for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015!! SIX years at the top, thanks to all those kind guests that have generously taken the time to post such positive reviews of their stay with us.

Repeatedly receiving the award is great. It is even better to know that into our seventh year at Torlinnhe we are still providing the levels of comfort and hospitality our guests expect from us. Long may it continue! Here's to the future and many more visitors and new friends.

Bill King Exhibition

We now have some exciting new pictures by Scottish Artist Bill King on show in our lounge. See our gallery page for a short biography and some examples of Bill's work

Choose your beds wisely!

Our three double/twin rooms can be configured either as a twin with two separate single beds or as a superking size double with one large bed for two people. We also have one double room which is always one large bed for two people, a triple room which contains three single beds and a single room with just one single bed. For stays of two nights or more, if you prefer we can make up our triple room with a superking size double bed and a separate single. Please ensure you book the right type of room and let us know how you want it configured on your booking. We will do our best to ensure everything is as comfortable as we can make it for you.