Are YOU Visiting us in 2013?
Look at the 5 BIG reasons to Visit Wester Ross
Like us on Facebook for all the excitement as it happens!
Our "Wild about Wester Ross" events for 2013 include wildlife, food, art, suggested itineraries, and much more.
2 - 9 September: Wild about Wester Ross wildlife week
27 -29 September: Wild about Food weekend
Wester Ross in the NW Highlands of Scotland - a land of stunning loch and mountain scenery, magnificent white sand beaches, abundant wildlife, wide open spaces and peace and tranquility. This is the region referred to as one of the top five "Lonely Planet" places to visit in the whole of the UK!
Don't take our word for this! Read what Mike Unwin of the "Independent" newspaper had to say on a recent visit. It's not just about landscape and scenery either - We have rare wildlife as well - Divers, Dragonflies, Otters and Eagles! Have a look at our wildlife pages to see what Wester Ross has to offer!
Click the photo below and see over 20 images from our second 500 Facebook likers! (Photo courtesy of Hebridean Whale Cruises, Gairloch)
And for a unique and fascinating view of Wester Ross from the air, have a look at this video, shot by paramotor pilot Gary Williamson! (The full range of Gary's abilities can be seen on his website at: www.garywilliamson.co.uk
Need a place to stay - a good craft shop - or an outdoor activity provider? Have a look at our Local Business Listings. All our member businesses will do their best to see that you have a really great holiday in this area.
Beinn Eighe, from Coulin (photo by Ed Duncan)
Take a virtual Journey Through Wester Ross on our web site:
View the Map or download our Free Guide (PDF, 6 Mb)
Two Lochs Radio is a vibrant local radio station in Gairloch which you can listen to online.
If you are planning on visiting other parts of Scotland, visit our information page for details of other Scottish travel websites similar to ourselves - all locally operated, many by volunteers!
Unfortunately, it now appears that both the Loch Maree and Shieldaig sea eagles have failed to breed for 2013. Both nests appear to have been abandoned, and although the adult birds are still to be seen soaring around Full Story...
A simply beautiful part of the world. I stayed near Gairloch with my family recently, and we'll certainly be back.”