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Peanmeannach and the Ardinish Peninsula.

Winter Guided Walks Available from Jan 2018

 A wonderful day out for family and friends alike.It is a full day of sightseeing and walking trip in the scenic west highlands.We will drive from Fort William along the road to Mallaig also the route of the Jacobite Steam train of Harry Potter fame. We will have a few stops on our drive to visit the Caledonian Canal and Glenfinnan Monument.Reaching our start point our walk takes us through natural woodland,moorland and hill country to the coast. The walk is on rough paths which in wet weather can be become fairly boggy in parts. The walk is 4 hrs long,11km/6.5 miles with 390m ascent. The views on a good day are out of this world with the Small Isles of Rhum and Eigg visible. We may also see some wildlife like Deer or the endangered Sea Eagle or Golden Eagle. We soon reach the ruined village of Peannmeanach where we will have a lunch stop and an explore of the ruins and beach. Our return route retraces our steps back to the roadside where we will drive our way back to Fort William.

 

 

 2018 Dates for Booking are Available Now

Make Your booking

Select Group size
Enter date of Walk

 

For further info contact us at upanddoonguidedwalks@gmail.com

 

 


 

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Peanmeannach and the Ardinish Peninsula.

Winter Guided Walks Available from Jan 2018

 A wonderful day out for family and friends alike.It is a full day of sightseeing and walking trip in the scenic west highlands.We will drive from Fort William along the road to Mallaig also the route of the Jacobite Steam train of Harry Potter fame. We will have a few stops on our drive to visit the Caledonian Canal and Glenfinnan Monument.Reaching our start point our walk takes us through natural woodland,moorland and hill country to the coast. The walk is on rough paths which in wet weather can be become fairly boggy in parts. The walk is 4 hrs long,11km/6.5 miles with 390m ascent. The views on a good day are out of this world with the Small Isles of Rhum and Eigg visible. We may also see some wildlife like Deer or the endangered Sea Eagle or Golden Eagle. We soon reach the ruined village of Peannmeanach where we will have a lunch stop and an explore of the ruins and beach. Our return route retraces our steps back to the roadside where we will drive our way back to Fort William.

 

 

 2018 Dates for Booking are Available Now

Make Your booking

Select Group size
Enter date of Walk

 

For further info contact us at upanddoonguidedwalks@gmail.com

 

 

 

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