Tom-na-Creige

                            Bed & Breakfast

Outdoor Pursuits

 

Walking    

To help you really explore the area we have Ordnance Survey maps which you can borrow, just ask when you arrive: Landranger Map 41, Ben Nevis, Fort William & Glencoe and Explorer Map 392, Ben Nevis & Fort William

For a few of the walks closest to Tom-na-Creige see the section 'Local Walks'. However, there are simply too many walks in the surrounding area to list them all here - to discover them, you'll just have to pay a visit!

West Highland Way - The official website of this long-distance walk, which links Milngavie, just outside Glasgow, with Fort William.
West Coast Mountain Guides - Offering mountain guiding services to all those wishing to improve their skills and discover the area. Run by well-known mountaineer, Alan Kimber, based in Fort William.

 

 

Climbing

There are many world class climbing opportunities in Lochaber, including some of Scotland's best roadside cragging at Polldubh in Glen Nevis. For more information see:

Scottish Climbs - A website devoted to all things related to Scottish climbing.
Mountaineering Council of Scotland - The representative body for climbers, walkers, mountaineers and cross-country skiers who enjoy the Scottish mountains.
The Ice Factor - Based in Kinlochleven it boasts the world's biggest indoor ice walls, rock walls, sauna, steam room, gear shop and cafe. They offer a range of courses, from a half-hour indoor taster for the kids to a week's guiding and instruction on Norwegian ice falls!

 

Skiing and snowboarding
Nevis Range - Scotland's highest ski area. The site has snow reports, the latest pictures and details of ski/snowboard hire, lessons and lift passes.
Glencoe Mountain Resort - Only a few miles from Tom-na-Creige, there's over 200 hectares to explore and the longest vertical descent in Scotland.

 

 

Quadbiking
Quad Bike Tours - Offering guided off road trips (come rain or shine!) near Fort William.

 

 

Golf
Dragon's Tooth Golf Course - A nine-hole course in an idyllic setting, in the shelter of Glenachulish, only two miles from Onich. 

 

 

Watersports
Vertical Descents - An adventure activity centre based in Onich, offering a range of adventure sports, including canyoning, white water rafting, paint balling, funyakking, mountain biking, archery, climbing and abseiling.
Lochaber Watersports - Ideally situated on the shores of Loch Leven, one mile from Onich, the centre offers sailing and powerboat tuition and cruises, as well as dinghy, canoe, rowing boat and pedalo hire.

 

 

Animals

Lettershuna Riding Centre - For novices or experienced riders, with routes along quiet tracks and the beach by Castle Stalker.  For details call +44(0)1631 730227

 

 

Cruises

Crannog Cruises - From Fort William down Loch Linnhe with magnificient views of Ben Nevis

Loch Etive Cruises - 20 miles down this little-known loch, taking in some spectacular scenery, including Glencoe's more remote peaks

Eagle-watch Wildlife Cruises - Cruises down Loch Shiel, with a good chance of seeing Golden Eagles

 

                            Tom-na-Creige Bed & Breakfast, Onich/North Ballachulish, nr Fort William, PH33 6RY
                             Tel: +44 (0) 1855 821 547; E-mail: info@tom-na-creige.co.uk