Walking around Badrallach, North West Scotland
Badrallach ...a wild place

Within easy driving distance of over 22 Munro's we are well positioned. We are under the gaze of both An Teallach (1062m) - regarded by many as the finest peak in Scotland - and Beinn Dearg Mhor (908m). Beinn Dearg (1084m) and Cona'Mheall (980m), The Fannnichs, Sail Mhor (767m) and many more are easily accessible by car and our own Beinn Ghobhlach (635m) on the doorstep is a gem...It's not uncommon to hear from experienced hillwalkers that Beinn Ghobhlach has one of the finest views in all of Scotland.

Rock & Ice climbing

We know little of such activities but understand there are many climbs graded Diff to E6 nearby.

Guided Walks

Unsure, then take a guide and avoid calling out the Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team.

For those less adventurous there are many low level walks nearby from the door west to Scoraig along a coastal track and east to kildonan beach, standing stones, clearance township and Viking burial ground. Others nearby include a walk along the Gruinard River, Ardessie Falls, and Loch na Sealga Maps and guides are available on site.

Useful books

Scottish Mountaineering Club hill walkers guides

  • Vol 1 The Munros, D Bennet 2003
  • Vol 2 The Corbetts, S Johnstone, H Brown, D Bennett 1990
  • The North West Highlands, D Bennet & T Strong 1990
Dog walking

Many of our guests are dogs and they are welcome to freely roam the hills and beaches with you providing they are kept under control in areas where animals graze, are not allowed to foul garden and camp site areas, do not cause a nuisance to fellow guests an are cleaned up after by their owners. Any damage will be charged at cost.

"Munro's, mountains, midges - Moments we will never forget"
"Idyllic again - a great base for camping in the wilderness"
"Thanks for giving us so many reasons, besides the Munros, to come back next year"

Walkers Welcome

© Richard Cross
An Teallach

© Richard Cross
Beinn Ghobhlach

© Richard Cross
Inver Polly

© Michael Stott
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