Below are some links that we hope you will find interesting:
Based at Glenuig Inn, Sea-kayak Arisaig provides Sea-kayaking Trips and Courses in the Sound of Arisaig and nearby Lochs for all levels of experience, paddling performance Sea-kayaks. Guided Sea-kayaking trips run daily, with either full or half day options, exploring beaches, skerries and headlands, respectfully observing the plentiful seasonal wildlife.
Rockhopper Sea Kayaking
Rockhopper Sea Kayaking is the fully mobile provider of guided sea kayaking trips and sea kayak instruction on the West Coast of Scotland, offering half, full or multi day trips around the most beautiful areas for sea kayaking taking in the some of the most spectacular coastal, mountain and island scenery in Scotland.
Wilderness Scotland is an award-winning adventure travel and ecotourism company specialising in small group walking and adventure holidays in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Small group trips include walking holidays, sea-kayaking holidays and courses, canoeing holidays and other adventure holidays to suit all ambitions.
Wildwood Bushcraft is a wilderness survival school delivering high quality bush craft courses in the Highlands of Scotland giving you hands on experience and let you think things through for yourself, providing expert guidance when needed. The bush craft skills we teach are empowering, practical and great fun. And you never know, they may just save your life!
To the south and west of the Road to the Isles are the regions of Ardgour, Morven and Moidart, each with its own hidden delightful walks, whilst Loch Sunart is encircled by magnificent oakwoods. Beyond is Ardnamurchan, the most westerly part of the British mainland and noted for its dramatic seascapes and fine sandy beaches.
Birds of Britain
With over 400 web pages including changing monthly features and a permanent guide to Britain's bird reserves and clubs, this site could lay claim to be the biggest and the best birdwatching magazine on the Web. This site has all the avid aviphile could ever need.
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The Lochaber area is renowned for its spectacular scenery. The aim of Lochaber Geopark is to raise awareness of the extraordinary story behind the formation of the local landscape. Find out here about some of the amazing geological events which have shaped this part of the Highlands.
The shores of Loch Sunart on the west coast of Scotland contain some of the most extensive oakwoods in the country, rich in biodiversity and highly valued by local people for generations. The woodlands are now the focus of a broad-based partnership working to restore and expand them - the Sunart Oakwoods Initiative.
Outdoor Capital of the UK
Lochaber is an outdoor playground like no other! With spectacular beaches, sheltered coastline, islands, glens, mountains, forests and lochs; there's no better place to get out and enjoy the stunning Highlands landscape.
Green Tourism Business Scheme
The GTBS is the national sustainable tourism certification scheme for the UK. Businesses opting to join Green Tourism are assessed by a qualified grading advisor against a rigorous set of criteria, covering a range of areas, like energy and water efficiency, waste management, biodiversity and more.
Wild Scotland represents nature based tourism providers across Scotland who offer all types of outdoor activities. If you’re interested in watching Scotland’s fabulous wildlife, then you’re in the right place!
Ardnamurchan Tourist Association
Situated on the remote West Coast of Scotland, Ardnamurchan is a long, narrow peninsula along the shores of Loch Sunart and marks the most westerly tip of the British Mainland. Morvern, to the south, flanks the other side of Loch Sunart and the sound of Mull, whilst the Sound of Arisaig lies to the north of the peninsula.
Friends and Visitors
Scotland's Coastal Path
This web site has been set up to promote a Scottish National Coastal Path. Scotland's incredible scenery, heritage and hospitality are world renowned - what better way to enjoy it than to walk along its beautiful Coastline!
One of the unsung journeys of this century. John's blog is a testament to his dedication to walking around the Coast of Britain; that's around the edge, not cutting corners! Fascinating commentary and observations. All the best John, thanks for stopping by . . .
Ardnamurchan Natural History Centre
Welcome to the Ardnamurchan Natural History Centre, home of the "Living Building" - a uniquely rough and natural building designed to attract a variety of wildlife to live in and on it and to enable visitors to watch the birds and animals, with creatures unaware of being watched. With turf on the roof and bark on the floor, the atmosphere is one of a quiet, shadowy woodland...