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Glen Roy and the immediately surrounding area is superb for wildlife observation, walking, cycling and fishing. We are just 12 miles from Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain and just 30 miles from the Cairngorms National Park. Nearby the River Roy is a notable river for kyaking and other rivers and lochs nearby are suitable for cruisers, sailling, rafting etc.


Leisure activies are well catered for in Fort William (15 miles or 24km) with a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants on the newly pedestianised high-street.  The town has leisure centre with swimming pool, gym, climbing wall etc. A second leisure facility, The Nevis Centre offers indoor bowling, amusements and cafe plus a large multi-purpose hall that is often a music venue for acts from around Scotland and occasionally further afield.  Sadly Fort William no longer has a cinema but there is a video/DVD hire shop!


Cycling is particularly well catered for with the Aonach Mor Gondola / Nevis Range / Witch's Trails complex (10 miles 16km).  Here you'll find the world-class trails and downhill tracks that are used in the UCI mountain bike world cup / world championships. We’re also less than 30 minutes drive from Laggan Wolftrax


Several boat trip opportunities are available nearby due to Fort William's key location where the
Caledonian Canal meets the sea-loch Loch Linnhe.  There are also boat services on Loch Ness and ferry services from Mallaig to Skye and "The Isles".


Bird watching is possible almost anywhere in the local area, you can see everything from Wrens to Eagles, seabirds to mountain species. Roughly 70 breeding species have been recorded in Glen Roy with many more in the nearby coastal areas. Our nearest RSPB reserves are at Ruthven , Insh Marshes, Loch Garten, Corrimony and Glenborrodale

Fishing


Stalking


Walking


Cycling


Skiing


Munro Bagging