Walking and hiking in the munros
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Walking & Hiking

The 26,000 acre estate offers a variety of walks/hikes – there are a number of beaches, lochs and munros to explore. 

The Fairy Lochs

We offer guided walks of the Fairy Lochs:

Time: 2 hours
Distance: 6km/3.75 miles
Ascent: 230m
Equipment: Waterproofs and good footwear

Discover breathtaking beautiful natural lochs, mountainous scenery on your guided walk of the Fairy Lochs. There are some tracks, but the route is mainly on rough stalker tracks and some boggy areas. The route begins and ends near the hotel and follows a well-worn path. There are fabulous views overlooking Loch Gairloch to the surrounding Torridon mountain, dominated by Baosbheinn ('The Wizard's Mountain'). You'll visit an important destination - the memorial, marking the site of the fatal air-crash from WW2 Liberator crash bomber. This site is left unspolit and still has a propeller and various plane parts in situ in memory of the crew and passengers of a B24 H  Liberator Bomber, which became lost while returning to the USA on June 13th, 1945 and crashed with the loss of all those on board. 

Depending on ground conditions, your guide may return via the same route or make this a circular walk. Trips are weather dependent and if it is not safe to walk, we will grant you a full refund. 

GBP 45.00 person (minimum of 2 people per booking)  
 

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Opinan Beach to Carr Point

This is a lovely little walk. Turn right towards Badachro and keep going until you reach Opinan (about 5 miles along the Estate road).

Park at the beach and walk towards the beach until you approach the sane, then cut right. There is a rough little track that mostly follows the shore. There is a stile to cross the only fence. Walk all the way to the little headlands known as Carr Point where you have gorgeous views over to Skye and Rhona. You can return by the road to do a circuit or go back the way you came and finish by going along the beach. This walk is about 2-3km return.

Red Point and Faraway Beach

Red point is a must see beach as the huge dunes and fantastic views are unmissable. If you fancy a short stroll you can just go for a wander down to Red Point.

Or, you can park where the road ends, go through the gate to your left and walk through the farm to get to Red Point Faraway Beach. Once at Faraway beach, you cut right around the headland, effectively doing a circuit, which brings you back to Red Point beach at the car park. The Headland section can be boggy and the track dubious but you can’t get lost if you follow the coastline. The walk is about 5km.

At Faraway beach you can see where the old salmon bothies used to be. This is where Billy Connolly’s last film was shot and was a popular stop off with the Queen when she was taking a summer cruise on Brittania.

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