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Approaching by the A82, take the A828 at the Ballachulish bridge roundabout and continue south for 5 Miles. At the village of Duror, the site is on the left. watch for the signs.
Approaching from Oban, take the A828 over Connel Bridge for 20 miles. At the village of Duror, the site is on the right. Watch for the signs.
Beinn Nibheis (Ben Nevis)
Ben Nevis is Britains highest mountain. Fondly called Ben by the locals, it towers 1,344 metres (4,408 feet) above the town of Fort William.
'The mountain with its head in the clouds' or 'Mountain of Heaven' (translated from the Gaelic), was first climbed in 1771.
The Jacobite Steam train ( Fort William )
Regarded as one of the Great Railway Journeys of the World, mainly due to the stunning scenery you travel through.
The 84 mile round trip on the Jacobite will take you past Britains highest mountain, deepest loch and on to Mallaig, the UKs most westerly station.
The train stops en-route at Glen Finnan, giving you time to strech your legs, take photographs, visit the Museum in the stations buildings and visit the Glen Finnan monument.
Nearest National Trust Scotland Visitor Attractions (these are shown on the main map above)
Glencoe & Dalness Tel : +441855811307 - 7.21 miles from site Click here for details
Glenfinnan Monument Tel : +441397722250 - 16.59 miles from site Click here for details
Find nearest: National Trust Historic Scotland Fuel Pub
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