"A glorious location at the foot of the Scottish mountains"
Our lovely Club Site at Glencoe is surrounded by land managed by the National Trust for Scotland. All pitches enjoy breathtaking views of the mountains and the site is surrounded by woodland in wonderful walking country.
Glencoe National Trust for Scotland Visitor Centre is very eco-friendly and commemorates the infamous massacre of 1692. It is a short walk from site.
Wildlfe Land Rover Safaris are available during the summer.
The Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum is the only thatched building in the area.
Take a ferry across Loch Linnhe from Corran to Ardgour, part of the old trade route, the ‘Road to the Isles'.
The West Highland Way passes within nine miles of the site.
There are many other low- and high-level walks to explore some of Europe's finest scenery.
Fort William is home to The Jacobite steam train, which travels through dramatic and beautiful scenery.
The route is known as one of the greatest railway journeys in the world.
Many films and TV programmes use locations in the area, from Harry Potter to Kidnapped.
There are eight Munros (mountains over 3,000ft) in the area. Several are accessible on foot.
The woodlands of Strontian were planted by the Riddell family in the 19th century. They are now home to sea eagles and red squirrels.
Visit the Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
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