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Our new "6 Lochs" 2014 guide is now available as a free Guide at dozens of locations on your way to Wester Ross, OR as a download from the website!
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!
Enjoy Wester Ross with activities, walks, and experiences that can show you the wild side of Wester Ross! Then arrive back to an evening spent in great company, great food, music - and some local ales! Look what we have for October 2014!
How do you get to Wester Ross? Well, one way is to come from Inverness along past Rogie falls, then on to Corrieshalloch Gorge (one of our "Big 5" reasons to visit Wester Ross!). From there, head South towards Inverewe Gardens, (another "Big 5"!), near Poolewe. Here's a video from the National Trust for Scotland that shows you the way!
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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, 4.2 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!
In addition to the 30 marine protected areas (MPAs) in Scottish waters announced today, a further four sites could benefit species of whales, dolphins and sharks. This is according to a new report by Scottish Natural Her Full Story...
A simply beautiful part of the world. I stayed near Gairloch with my family recently, and we'll certainly be back.”