Kintail & Morvich
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Kintail & Morvich

Getting here

Kintail is 16 miles east of Kyle of Lochalsh, just to the north of the A87.
Address Kintail Morvich Farm Inverinate near Kyle of Lochalsh Ross-shire IV40 8HQ

For the Kintail ranger office at Morvich: turn off the A87 at Ault a’Chruinn and follow signs for the Morvich Caravan Club Site, which is located next to us. 

Citylink buses drop off at Ault a’Chruinn on their Inverness–Uig and Glasgow–Uig services.

Contact information

Telephone: 01599 511231

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Opening times


Current periodOpen all year, daily

Entry prices

One adult family

Members go free

At all Trust places, admission is free for members.

Join from £4.00

Planning your visit

Kintail is in the north-west Highlands, on the Scottish mainland near to the Isle of Skye. It’s around 90 minutes’ drive from Inverness and Fort William.

Parking and information is available at the Ranger Office at Morvich Farm, just off the A87 (the main road to the Isle of Skye).

The National Trust for Scotland has bunkhouse accommodation at the Kintail Outdoor Centre and holiday cottages at the nearby Balmacara Estate. 

All visitors should act responsibly and follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Visitors wishing to fly drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (for amateur or professional purposes) at National Trust for Scotland properties must first obtain permission to do so. Please email or call 01599 511231.

There is no mobile phone coverage available in the more remote areas.

For more information about planning your visit please see our frequently asked questions.


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Accessible parking
Bike route
Dogs welcome
Free member parking
Guided tour
Self-guided trail


  • The walks and trails at Kintail & Morvich are not suitable for wheelchairs.

We have an ongoing programme of accessible content development. Detailed accessibility guides for the most visited Trust places are available on our Accessibility pages as well as links to useful resources.

We’d love you to visit the Euan’s Guide website to review the accessibility of Trust places and tell us (and others) what’s good and where we need to do better.