The National Trust for Scotland’s Torridon site is home to five of the Trust’s 46 Munros, including the biggest of the reserve’s famous trinity, Beinn Eighe. Visitors staying in hotels in the area will also have the chance to encounter some of Scotland’s wildlife, including Highland cattle, red deer, oystercatchers, and if you’re lucky, even golden eagles.
Beinn Eighe, Shieldaig and Wester Ross
Beinn Eighe might be a tough climb, but any successful ascent is quickly rewarded with stunning panoramic views, and on the descent you will reach Coire Mhic Fhearchair, Torridon’s most stunning corrie, where clear waters reflect the image of the surrounding mountains.
Wester Ross is Scotland’s ultimate destination for outdoor exploration, sports, and activities. If you’re looking to head to Torridon then a perfect place to look for accommodation is Shieldaig, a small village located on the banks of Loch Shieldaig. To book your guesthouse, bed & breakfast, or hotel room, be sure to use the Expedia search tool.
Throughout the rest of the Wester Ross region you’ll discover a range of historical and natural sites such as Cape Wrath in the north, Rua Reidh Lighthouse, as well as quaint towns like Ullapool and Gairloch.
To experience the Scottish Highlands’s ultimate outdoor thrills, book a trip to Wester Ross and Torridon with Expedia.