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Torridon

Majestic mountain paradise for hikers, climbers, geologists and nature lovers

Planning your visit

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.

The countryside centre is open from Easter until the end of September, six days a week (closed on a Saturday). Here, gifts, books and maps are on sale, and DVDs may be watched about the wildlife of the estate and loch.

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.

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 shore that birds could be nesting from early to late summer.

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: torridon@nts.org.uk or telephone 01445 791368 or 01445 791221.

Facilities

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Bike route
Dogs welcome
Free member parking
Hot drinks
Self-guided trail
Shop
Walks
Wheelchair access

Opening times

Countryside Centre
2 Jan–29 Mar, closed 30 Mar–30 Sep, Sun–Fri, 10.00–17.00 Current period1 Oct–31 Mar 2019, closed
Estate
Current periodAll year, daily

Entry prices

Torridon
Adult
Free
Family
Free
One adult family
Free
Concession
Free

Members go free

At all Trust places, admission is free for members.

Join from £50

Accessibility

  • The Countryside Centre is accessible via a ramp.
  • There are 2 steps into the Deer Museum.
  • The trails and paths across the estate 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 is good and where we need to do better.