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The Highlands


Getting here

Torridon is 60 miles west of Inverness.
Address Torridon The Mains Torridon Achnasheen Ross-shire IV22 2EZ

Take the A9 north across the Kessock Bridge at Inverness. Follow the Ullapool signs until you get to Garve and then turn left towards Achnasheen. Follow signs for Gairloch and Kinlochewe (not Lochcarron). Turn left again at Kinlochewe and 10 miles later you’ll reach Torridon village.

Contact information

Telephone: 01445 791368

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Opening times


Current period All year, daily

Entry prices

One adult family

Members go free

At all Trust places, admission is free for members.

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Planning your visit

2024 events

From Sunday 12 May to Friday 17 May, the National Trust for Scotland’s Archaeology team are planning to undertake an archaeological excavation on one of the house sites in Doire na Fuaran (Grove of the Springs).
During that week, the Torridon community and visitors are invited to take part in the excavation (not including Mon 13 May). Come and help the team uncover a small part of the historic settlement and discover more about the townships that once lived at the foot of Liathach.

Free to attend, all tools provided and no experience necessary! Parking will be available at Torridon Hall. Waterproofs and boots advised.

For more information and to register your interest, please contact

Weekly guided walks with the Torridon Ranger Service
Meeting at the Countryside Centre (currently closed), join us to discover an open-air church and the history behind Torridon. You can also feed a red deer herd, spot the local wildlife, enjoy the spectacular scenery and meet our Highland cows! Sturdy footwear and waterproofs are recommended. The route is leisurely and takes approximately 90 mins (3.5km). Any donations would be greatly appreciated.

For more information, please contact

The road through Torridon is several miles long and there are designated car parks as well as many smaller places to stop and enjoy the views. Torridon is also on the North Coast 500 – one of the best road trip routes in the world.

Please be aware that the sections of single track road contain passing places to allow vehicles to pass, whether they are on-coming or from behind you if they are travelling faster. Stay on the left-hand side of the road and either go into the passing place if it’s also on the left, or stop opposite it, so that traffic can pass safely by.

The village of Torridon, also known as Fasag, has a community centre with arts and crafts on display and for sale.

The Torridon shop and café is a great place to relax with a coffee and snack.

Use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) at Torridon

Amateur operators must seek and receive permission from the Property Manager before flying a drone at Torridon. All requests from commercial operators must go via the Trust’s Filming Manager to Drone operators (both commercial and amateur) must have public liability insurance in place and provide insurance details on application.

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

If you’d like to speak to us we can be contacted by email: or telephone 01445 791368.

Facilities & access

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.

3G/4G coverage
Accessible parking

Well-behaved dogs are welcome everywhere on the estate, but please take care when other animals such as sheep and farm stock are encountered.

Also, please be aware when walking along the seashore that birds could be nesting from early to late summer.

We have two holiday cottages and a bunkhouse at Torridon:

Glen Cottage (sleeps 6)

Stalker’s Cottage (sleeps 5)

Mol Mor bunkhouse (sleeps 10)

Booking a holiday with the National Trust for Scotland helps us to protect these places, now and for the future.

Self-guided trail