6 Caberfeidh

6 Caberfeidh Fassifernrd, Fort William, PH33 6BE, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Fort William

Visit Kilchurn Castle...

by CandS

Visit Kilchurn Castle...we didn't have time to go inside but it looked nice from a distance.

It's located on Loch Awe near a small down called Stronmilchan... The scenery is beautiful around that area...

The harbour at Mallaig

by sim1

The enchanting fishing village of Mallaig. From here there is only a ferry to the islands. It is very nice to stroll around this little village.

We visited the aquarium here : Marine World. It is nice, but for me not a must see. You can read more about the aquarium on their website :

Loch Linnhe

by stevezero

The town of Fort William lies at the northeast end of the loch at the mouth of the River Lochy,
Loch Linnhe extends 15 kilometers and is an average of 2 kilometers wide. It opens onto the Firth of Lorne at its southwestern end by Loch Leven.

Glen Nevis - Beautiful Valley & Waterfalls

by scotlandscotour

If you have wheels - get your selves to the end of the glen for some of the most beautiful country in Scotland.

Amazing geology (yawn) has caused fantastic landscapes (yeh) and its really unspoilt.

A fantastic walk beside the river to the Steall Falls (Serious walkers check out the Ring of Steall) .

Glenfinnan Monument

by stevezero

By 1815 the Jacobite threat had receded sufficiently into history to allow the erection at Glenfinnan of a monument to mark the raising of the standard, paid for by the wealthy descendant of a Jacobite. This is a stone tower surmounted by a statue of a kilted highlander (not the prince himself as is often thought). The monument was made possible by the construction in 1812 by Thomas Telford of the road from Fort William to Arisaig, which passed Glenfinnan as its successor does today. The Glenfinnan Monument came into the care of the National Trust for Scotland in 1938, and they have maintained it ever since. They have also built a visitor centre, open from April to October, next to the main road.

Admission - Adult £3.00


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