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Torridon is a spectacular mountain paradise in the North West of Scotland. Famous among hillwalkers, rock climbers, birdwatchers, sailors and those who simply appreciate the outdoors, visitors will find the Torridon area to be a real getaway from the city.

Nearby Applecross, to the south of Torridon, is a remote peninsula traditionally accessed via the precarious Bealach na Ba Road. Meanwhile, Gairloch provides an excellent day trip from the likes of nearby Ullapool.

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  • Hillwalking Hillwalking

    Torridon is one of the best area in the UK for hillwalking, with truly classic days out in the hills awaiting you, on the likes of Liathach, Beinn Eighe and Beinn Alligin. Also close at hand are the Dundonnell and Fisherfield Hills, the hills of Strathcarron,and the Cuillins on the Isle of Skye.

  • Liathach Liathach

    Liathach, with its prominent tops of Spidean a'Choire Leith and Mullach an Rathain, is made of ancient Torridonian sandstone – a true giant of a mountain – and it is a hillwalking and geological marvel

  • Gairloch Gairloch

    Visit the village of Gairloch, close to Ullapool, for beaches, a golf course, museum and fantastic mountain scenery.

  • Applecross Applecross

    The spectacular Applecross peninsula is one of the last true wildernesses in the UK. Drive with care over the dramatic Bealach na Ba road, and step back in time to this amazing mountain community.