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Sports Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Cycling holidays

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A82 Inverness to Invermoriston Route

(27.0mi, 43.5km)

At Inverness – take the A82 sign posted for Fort William and drive along Loch Ness side to Invermoriston (27 miles). From Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor see below for futher driving instructions.

A9 From Perth to Invermoriston Route

(122.0mi, 196.3km)

From Perth take the A9 north to Dalwhinne (57 miles). Turn off at Dalwhinnie and follow the A889 for a few miles until you come to a “T” junction (Laggan). Turn left at the “T” Junction on to the A86 to Spean Bridge (36 miles). At Spean Bridge take a right on to the A82 sign posted for Inverness and drive to Invermoriston (29 miles). From Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor see below for futher driving instructions.

A82 Fort William to Invermoriston via Glencoe

(38.0mi, 61.2km)

Take the A82 up through the spectacular mountains of Glencoe on the west side of Scotland and on to Fort William. From Fort William follow the A82 road signs for Inverness and drive to Invermoriston (38 miles). From Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor see below for futher driving instructions.

A887 Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor

(11.0mi, 17.7km)

At Invermoriston take the road sign posted A887 – Kyle of Lochalsh (10 miles). On the last mile the road becomes single track. After you have passed a red telephone box on the right you will come to Torgoyle Bridge. Turn right immediately before the bridge (sign posted Dalchreichart – Tomchrasky). Binnilidh Mhor is just under a mile along this single track road on the right hand side and is clearly sign posted.