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Torridon Mountains

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Hillwalking in Torridon Mountains


Click on a Torridon area for more of my Hillwalking details

Shieldaig & Balgy              Loch Clair & Coulin
Beinn Eighe             River Kinlochewe                  Coire Mhic

Torridon Mountains a selection of mountains in the Wester ross area just up from the Isle of Skye on the West Coast of Scotland.
includes Fishing Cycling, Sightseeing, Hillwalking, Climbing, Touring in the Scottish Countryside.

Hillwalking Torridon Mountains - Scottish Walks.

Not as isolated as some parts of Scotland, Torridon in the area of Wester Ross is a hillwalkers paradise, simply for the reason that it is relatively remote but one can have a small nestlings of villages at hand, within 5 or 6 miles from each other and thus, a comfort zone for people's needs. The facilities are adequate for what you may require, yes some pubs too, however, the sense of remoteness here is enough to have you thinking that you have really gotten away from the maddening crowd and I am sure that if you desire peace and quiet, then go no further. I have to add that the journey taken to even get here is rewarding in itself. Sample, Eilean Donan Castle, The Five Sisters of Kintail and the beauties of Loch Carron if you are coming from Glasgow and Fort William. Sample, if you are coming from Inverness, the historic towns of Beauly, Achnasheen, Strathpeffer and Muir of Ord.

Shieldaig Peninsula and the Falls of Balgy

Two walks that will remain in my heart forever. For more details of my Shieldaig Peninsula & Falls of Balgy Walk click here

Shieldaig Peninsula and the Falls of Balgy
Shieldaig Peninsula and the Falls of Balgy


Loch Clair and Loch Coulin

Two Loch's that you just never want to leave. For more detail of my walking experience in Loch Clair & Loch Coulin area click here

Loch Clair and Loch Coulin
Loch Clair and Loch Coulin


The Beinn Eighe National Park

The Beinn Eighe National Park is the first National Nature Reserve of Britain For more detail of my Beinn Eighe Walk click here

Shona on Beinne Eighe Trail
The Beinn Eighe National Park


River Kinlochewe

Not so much a hill walk more a walk in the hills, this can be a very enjoyable and easy walk along the banks of the Kinlochewe River..  For more detail of my River Kinlochewe Walk click here

Kinlochewe River Walk
River Kinlochewe


Coire Mhic Nobile Walk

The Coire Mhic Nobile walk is a hidden treasure to those not up to scratch on their hillwalking. For more detail of my walk in Coire Mhic Nobile Walk click here

Alligin Range Coire Mhic Walk
Coire Mhic Nobile Walk



This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.