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Fort William

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Nestled between the shores of Loch Linnhe and the base of Ben Nevis, the ‘Outdoor Capital of UK’ has sweeping vistas like none other in Scotland. The surreal Glen Nevis snakes to the southern Ben Nevis and can be recognised from those breathtaking scenes of Harry Potter and Braveheart. It also has River Nevis flowing through it and the place offers skiing, snowboarding and mountain biking. A gondola ride 2000 ft up the mountain is an experience not to be missed for rewarding views. Take a trip to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse and admire the rolling highlands, marvel at the Glenfinnan Monument and get swept away by the sparkle of exotic gems at the Treasures of the Earth. There’s enough history for the buffs, adventure for the thrill-seekers and an array of dramatic sights for the nature lovers. Fort William is indeed an ideal getaway for every soul.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City The Jacobite

The Jacobite

Listen to the sounds of the train whistle and the wheels trundling along the most picturesque and breathtaking landscapes of Scotland, when onboard the magnificent Jacobite Steam Train that has been in operation since 1984. It is one of the greatest railway journeys in the world and you can’t help but marvel at the high mountains, deep lochs and beautiful villages along the 135 km trip. Enjoy the Afternoon Tea and Cheese selection on the train, which comprises of fresh ham and cheese sandwiches, a cup of tea or coffee, Dundee cake, and a fruit scone.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Ardnamurchan Lighthouse

Ardnamurchan Lighthouse

Make your way to the fascinating coastline of the Arnamurchan Peninsula, which lies to the west of Fort William and look up at the soaring 118 ft tower called the Ardnamurchan Lighthouse. It was built in 1849 out of granite that was sourced from the Island of Mull and is the only existing lighthouse in UK built in the Egyptian style. It was built by Alan Stevenson whose entire family is credited with designing most of Scotland’s lighhouses for over150 years. Get a bird’s eye view of the rolling highlands from here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Caledonian Canal

Caledonian Canal

This is a spectacular network of 29 lochs cutting through the Great Glen, and connecting East Scotland at Inverness with West Scotland at Corpach near Fort William. It was constructed during 1803–1822, runs a length of about 97 km (with 35 km being man-made and the rest formed by natural fresh water lochs) and also comprises of 10 bridges and four aqueducts. Enjoy a variety of activities here such as a boat cruise, paddling, cycling, walking, running, and fishing. Enjoy Scotland’s beautiful scenery while relaxing here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City  Glenfinnan Monument

Glenfinnan Monument

This is a monument built in the Glenfinnan village in 1815 to commemorate Prince Charles Edward Stuart better known as Bonnie Prince Charlie’s historic event of raising the royal standard (war flag) on the shores of Loch Sheil. It has been under the care of the National Trust for Scotland since 1938 and there is also a visitor centre, which holds exhibitions and provides information on the monument. Climb up the hill behind the museum and take in the magnificent view of the monument, the Glendinnan Viaduct, the loch and also the path that the Hogwarts Express train takes. It's quite surreal we say.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Treasures of Earth

Treasures of Earth

This is one of the best places in Europe where you can witness the finest collection of priceless gems, fossils and crystals. Look up at the towering geodes standing tall at a height of seven ft and dating back to over 200 million years. Be prepared to be swept away by the sparkle and shine of the many rubies, sapphires, opals, garnets, emeralds, and diamonds as you stroll along this extraordinary cave. Visit the gift shop and take home a souvenir in the shape of a fossil or a gemstone. You can even learn about the largest Gold Nugget that was ever discovered besides other things.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Ben Nevis Distillery

Ben Nevis Distillery

The Ben Nevis Distillery is situated at Lochy Bridge in Fort William, which is nestled at the base of the Ben Nevis Mountain— the highest mountain in the British Isles. The distillery was established in 1925 in the magnificent background of this beautiful mountain. The visitor centre is now a defunct warehouse and bottling hall where you can go on a guided audio visual tour with an experienced guide. Your tour wraps up with a complimentary tasting session; do buy a bottle or two of the whiskey as Ben Nevis can be purchased only in UK and Scotland.

Image Courtesy: Jousset via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City West Highland Museum

West Highland Museum

Located on High Street in Fort William, the West Highland Museum takes you on a story of the history and times of the area and region. It is one of the oldest museums in the Highlands and was established in 1922 by Victor Hodgson along with his friends. The main priority of the museum is to collect, record and present items of historical and cultural importance in the West Highland area. Explore the collection related to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite cause and browse through the Fort, Jacobites, Archaeology, Victoriana, Military, and the Highland Life collections here.

Image Courtesy: Kenneth Allen via www.geograph.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Crannog Seafood Restaurant

Crannog Seafood Restaurant

Seafood lovers should not miss having a meal at the Crannog Seafood Restaurant, which is located on the Town Pier in the heart of Fort William. Watch out for the iconic red roofs that have become a symbol for the fresh and delectable seafood and fish served here since 1989. The chefs here source out the best quality produce for their dishes and don’t be surprised if you see local fishing boats from the restaurant windows as you settle down for a meal. The restaurant serves the best Scottish seafood preparations, certainly a must-visit.

Image Courtesy: Kenneth Allen
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City  Ice Factor

Ice Factor

The Ice Factor Ltd is a guaranteed recipe for success when you head to UK’s foremost name in adventure. Located half an hour from Fort William, it is the largest facility in the world when it comes to indoor ice climbing. It is rated as one of the top five attractions in the Highlands area. Opened to the public in 2003, Ice Factor Ltd has about 130,000 annual visitors. They also provide the world’s largest indoor climbing wall, UK’s highest overhanging rock climbing wall and coaching classes aided by world-class and highly qualified staff.

Image Courtesy: www.ice-factor.co.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Commando Memorial

Commando Memorial

This is a 17 ft bronze sculpture built in memory of the British Commando Forces during World War II. It was completed in 1951 and is one of UK’s best monuments as a war memorial. visited annually by hordes of visitors. It is strategically built 1.6 km away from the Spean Bridge as it is on the way to the former Commando Training Centre. The Garden of Remembrance was added eventually where many World War II Commandos were buried as their final resting place. Visit to pay your respects and place a memento of remembrance in the garden.

Image Courtesy: Mark Godden / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Mallaig Heritage Centre

Mallaig Heritage Centre

The Mallaig Heritage Centre was founded in 1993 on the site of a former dormitory for railwaymen. It is surrounded by a fantastic backdrop of rugged mountains, white sandy beaches and astunning coastal scenery. It is situated along the Mallaig railway station and houses a rich collection of stories, films and displays the history and culture of the people and the area of Malliag and West Lochaber. Gain insights on the fishing industry, lifestyle changes during the 19th and 20th centuries, the landscape, and more here. This is ironically the area where Bonnie Prince Charlie took refuge after his defeat at Culloden in 1746.

Image Courtesy: www.mallaigheritage.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Land, Seas and Islands Visitor Centre

Land, Seas and Islands Visitor Centre

Opened in 1999, the Land, Seas and Islands Visitor Centre (LSIC) is located in the heart of Arisaig village and is set amidst the calm waters of the Loch nan Ceall, spectacular mountains and a stunning shoreline. It houses a collection of photographic displays as well as artefacts that exhibits the social and natural history of the surrounding area. Enjoy the marvellous view around while soaking in the history of the village. Do buy some local arts and crafts, books, cards, paintings etc. from their shop.

Image Courtesy: edward mcmaihin via www.geograph.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Glencoe Mountain Resort

Glencoe Mountain Resort

This is a resort situated on Rannoch Manor, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has the steepest as well as the longest ski run in Scotland. It offers a plethora of adventure sports such as mountain biking, climbing, paragliding, hill walking, snowboarding, skiing, and chairlift rides. There are amble of options for beginners as well as advanced skiers. The area is known for its scenery and wildlife, so go ahead and indulge in some photography here. After an adventurous day, relax in your traditionally-styled log cabin and enjoy a fresh, hot, home-cooked meal. A perfect place for a family holiday.

Image Courtesy: Brendan Howard / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City  Glenfinnan Church

Glenfinnan Church

Feel the peace and tranquillity as you enter the Church of St Mary and St Finnan, also commonly called the Glenfinnan Church. Built during 1870–1872 it offers magnificent views of the Loch Shiel and is one of the few beautifully located churches in Scotland. Designed by Edward Welby Pugin, you can admire the ‘late Early English’ style of architecture and the use of several stones for the buttresses and edging of doors and windows. The church is dedicated to the MacDonald family who housed Bonnie Prince Charlie prior to the Jacobite standard raising in 1745.

Image Courtesy: John Webber via www.geograph.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Inverlochy Castle

Inverlochy Castle

Scale the ramparts of the 13th-century ruins of the Inverlochy Castle, which being the scene of two battles, remains unchanged since its construction. It sits on the south bank of the River Lochy and is a vital passageway through the Scottish Highlands. Queen Victoria was so impressed by this castle that it became the favourite retreat in the Highlands for the Royal Family. Just next to it however, stands the majestic looking Inverlochy Castle Hotel built in 1863, which is one of the finest hotels in the country surrounded by a stunning landscape. A great place to click some lovely memories.

Image Courtesy: Jmb at English Wikipedia
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Nevis Gorge & Steall Waterfall

Nevis Gorge & Steall Waterfall

Lace up your boots and walk along the beautiful Nevis Gorge with different shades of green and ever-changing mountain scenery on both sides of the path, which ultimately leads up to the Steall Waterfall. The path is a well-walked one; however there are patches of rough and rocky terrain so a certain amount of caution is required. The walk meanders through assorted ancient woodland leading to the steep gorges and fleeting glances of the sparkling river as it crashes against the large boulders.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Loch Eil

Loch Eil

Visit and pause to admire the stunning Loch Eil, which is situated in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and is enveloped by lofty mountains that reach for the sky. Located along the sea, it opens up into Loch Linnhe near Fort William. You can take a leisurely drive along this magnificent loch, find a spot with views of Fort William to have a picnic with your family, capture numerous picture-perfect moments or take a walk along the canal path to reach the lovely village of Banavie .

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Glen Roy

Glen Roy

Also called Gleann Ruaidh, which means ‘red glen’ in Scottish Gaelic, Glen Roy is a National Nature Reserve, which is world-renowned for its three-road puzzle. These roads are nothing but lake terraces that have formed along the shoreline of an old ice lake. They cut across the landscape and their straight formation, which has held its course over time, has left many a scientist bewildered for answers. A gem of a creation due to geological occurrences, Glen Roy is for all those who love nature and her quirks.

Image Courtesy: Andy Radcliffe via www.geograph.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary

Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary

Meet the playful seals, shake hands with an adorable otter, see the rare red squirrels scurrying about or simply give your eyes a visual treat with breathtaking views of Loch Creran when you visit the Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary. Their primary focus is on rescuing common and grey seals from all the British beaches. Even so, look out for many other interesting creatures housed here such as the terrifying wolfish, the curious seahorses, the ‘flat as a pan’ halibut, and the aggressive common snapping turtle. Situated among the pine trees, this cannot be missed.

Image Courtesy: Allen Watkin from London, UK via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Eilean Donan Castle

Eilean Donan Castle

Explore the mysterious and beautiful Eilean Donan Castle, which is said to be one of Scotland’s most recognised images worldwide. It is surrounded by picturesque landscape and is situated on an island where three great sea lochs, Loch Duiach, Loch Long and Loch Alsh meet. It was built in the mid 13th century and was dominated by the Clan Mackenzie and Macrae. The castle is connected to the mainland via a footbridge and is frequently the subject of many a film and television shows. Stroll through its magnificent rooms and admire the period furniture, Jacobean artefacts and have a fun-filled time with your family.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Crarae Gardens

Crarae Gardens

The Crarae Garden houses an important collection of trees and plants, which includes countless rows of rhododendrons, magnolias, azaleas, and camellias. It spans an area of 61 acres and is an exotic garden done up in the Himalayan style, where the trees and shrubs have been strategically placed to bring out an artistic effect. Walk along the garden and discover the fantastic gorge, cascading waterfalls, craggy cliffs and the overall tranquillity. Mingle among deer, fawns and a huge variety of birds here. The garden is open all year round.

Image Courtesy: sylvia duckworth via www.geograph.org.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Cruachan Hollow Mountain Power Station

Cruachan Hollow Mountain Power Station

Also known as the Cruachan Dam, the Cruachan Hollow Mountain Power Station is a hidden wonder, which is situated deep within the Ben Cruachan mountain. It is regarded as one of the 60 key monuments of post-war Scottish architecture and was featured in the James Bond film ‘The World Is Not Enough’. About 50,000 visitors throng this place annually and an underground tour reveals the gigantic cavern in the centre that is large enough to house the Tower of London. Explore the vast chambers and see the huge turbines in a hollow space under the Cruachan Hollow Mountain.

Image Courtesy: www.calvertoncam.co.uk
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Nessieland & Loch Ness

Nessieland & Loch Ness

The Loch Ness is situated 80 km from Fort William and is a deep freshwater lake in the Scottish Highlands. It is the second largest loch in Scotland with an area of 56 sq km and the second deepest as well with a maximum depth of 745 ft. It flows from Inverness in the north to Fort William in the south and is known worldwide for the supposed sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as ‘Nessie’. Visit Nessieland where you can discover the facts about the sighting, mystery and legends that surrounds the Loch Ness monster.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Ben Nevis Mountain Resort

Ben Nevis Mountain Resort

Get transported to a world of breathtaking views and panoramic sights when you set foot into UK’s only mountain gondola that takes you on a 650m journey along the slopes of Aonach Mor. This is also the eighth highest mountain in the UK.. Breathe in the fresh mountain air as you enjoy the spectacular views of the Scottish Highlands including the Ben Nevis mountain and the surrounding areas.

Image Courtesy: Natalia Sidorova / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Fort William Featured City Aonach Mor

Aonach Mor

The eighth highest mountain in UK, Aonach Mor is 3 km north east of Ben Nevis. It stands tall at a height of 4,006 ft and is home to the Nevis Range Mountain Resort, which was opened in 1989. It is frequented for its several adventure activities such as skiing, snowboarding, down-hill mountain biking, and paragliding. Take the only mountain gondola ride in the UK to reach Scotland’s highest snow-sports area. Take a hike along the mountain trails to reach the viewpoints which offer spectacular panoramic views of the mountain and surrounding lochs.

Image Courtesy: glencoemountaineer.blogspot.com
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