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The Highlands

Torridon

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

Things to do

SELF-GUIDED TOURS

Torridon has some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in Scotland – breathe in those views and vast open spaces. At the foot of the mountains, the upper shore of Loch Torridon is a peaceful spot to rest or picnic, while contemplating the awe-inspiring surroundings.

NATURE SPOTTING

Look out for Highland cattle in the farm fields, or red deer grazing the moors. Stop off at the hide near the shores of the loch and you might glimpse secretive pine martens or otters fishing for their tea.

WALKS

Torridon’s lower-level walks also have much to offer and provide great views of the Highland landscape. The Two Corries walk takes you into a spectacular mountain pass between Liathach, Beinn Alligin, Beinn Dearg and Beinn Eighe.

Walks here

Farm and Shore

Farm and Shore

Difficulty
Easy to moderate
Time
30 - 60 mins
Distance
3⁄4 - 2 miles (1.1-3km)
Facilities
Parking, shop, toilets
Two corries walk

Two corries walk

Difficulty
Moderate but committing
Time
4 hours (each way)
Distance
8 miles (13km) one way
Facilities
Parking

To find walks at National Trust for Scotland places, download the Trust Trails app.

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