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Attractions near Fort William Studios

Fort Willam provides an excellent centre to tour the surrounding area. Travel up the Great Glen to Urquhart Castle and Loch Ness with Nessie, over the sea to Skye by ferry from Mallaig and return by the Kyle Bridge to sample the delights of the enchanting Eilean Donan Castle.

Skiers and mountain bikers will love the Nevis Range Mountain Resort that is open all year round hosting skiers until late April and hosts the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in June. 


Cross country routes from Spean Bridge to Newtonmore provide easy access to the New Cairngorm Funicular which takes you to the new heights of the Ptarmigan Station just below the summit of Cairngorm.


Glencoe and its spectacular rambles,scrambles and climbs provide a variety of activities to suit your experience within half an hour to the south of Fort William.                                                               


You will find an information pack on the walks and short drives in our folder in the lounge.  High level and low level walks are enclosed.  Further information is available from the local Tourist Information Office in the High Street. 


See some spectacular scenery

Glen Nevis and its waterfalls provide spectacular scenery on your doorstep.  Follow the road along the Glen to the waterfalls or take one of the forestry paths that navigate through the forests and over the moors around Fort William.

Follow the road to Mallaig and sample the delights of Glenfinnan where Bonnie Prince Charlie left Flora MacDonald waiting for his return. See the viaduct and train line with Hogwarts Express featured in Harry Potter's latest film.  Travel on to the Secluded sands of Morar, stop at Camusdarach car park and follow the path through the dunes to see the miles of unspoilt white sands.

Drive along the side of the impressive Loch Ness, one of the longest and deepest lochs in Scotland where the world famous 'Loch Ness Monster' is said to lurk beneath the waves.

Ben Nevis, standing at 4,406ft high, is Britains highest mountain, each year up to a 100,000 people from all over the world come to walk up this grand old mountain.

Photos sourced from Flickr : Thanks to - twm1340, Bob Linsdell, arranmoffat, Mountain/\Ash