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Hikers, cyclists, and other people who enjoy the outdoors will find a plethora of trails and paths to explore in and around Lochcarron and the surrounding area in the Scottish Highlands. The following is a list of well-traveled paths and trails that you might want to consider.

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Bealach na Bà, also known as the "Pass of the Cattle,"

Drives of the Scenic Drive Type
This well-known mountain pass is characterised by the presence of a number of severe hairpin curves as well as steep grades. Because it is one of the highest roads in the UK, it offers stunning panoramas of the mountains and Loch Kishorn that are located in the surrounding area. It is required activity for everybody who is going to be in Lochcarron.
The Torridon Munros include:

Category: Hiking
There are a number of Scottish mountains that are over 3,000 feet tall that can be found in the Torridon Mountains. Some of these mountains are Liathach, Beinn Alligin, and Beinn Eighe. The ascent to these summits is a challenging and exciting journey that is rewarded with breathtaking panoramas.
The Lochcarron Circular Walk is as follows:

Category: Hiking
This circular walking route around Lochcarron village takes you along the shores of Loch Carron and through some gorgeous woodlands on the way to and from the village. The hike is not very difficult, making it appropriate for people of all ages, and it features some stunning vistas.
Drive around the coast of the Applecross Peninsula:

Drives of the Scenic Drive Type
Following your ascent of Bealach na Bà, you will be able to drive around the breathtaking Applecross Peninsula at your leisure. Along with the spectacular surroundings of the peninsula, the coastal drive provides breathtaking views of the Inner Sound, Raasay, and Skye.
The summit of Beinn Sgritheall

Category: Hiking
This Munro offers a breathtaking panorama of Loch Hourn and the Isle of Skye from its summit, which is accessible by a path. The walk is not very strenuous, and it culminates in a great opportunity to look out over the landscape.
The Method of Affric Kintail:

Trail for long-distance walking and cycling of a type that
This long-distance track travels from Lochcarron to Drumnadrochit, which is located close to Loch Ness. Along the way, it goes through the breathtaking Glen Affric and Kintail landscapes. In addition to being accessible to cyclists and hikers, it features a wide variety of topographies and vistas.
The Walk Around the Lochcarron Golf Club:

Category: Hiking
This pleasant stroll will take you all the way around the Lochcarron Golf Club, where you will be treated to breathtaking panoramas of Loch Carron and the rolling hills in the area.
It's called the North Coast 500 (NC500).

Cycling and a Drive Through the Countryside
On the well-traveled NC500 road that travels all the way around the coast of northern Scotland, you'll find Lochcarron as one of the stops along the way. A ride or drive along this route is an unforgettable experience, as it passes through some of Scotland's most breathtaking scenery.
Path along the Coast from Lochcarron to Shieldaig:

Category: Hiking
This seaside path provides breathtaking views of the ocean and the Torridon Mountains in the distance. The walk is not too strenuous, and it offers a wonderful opportunity to take in the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
Walks on the Glenelg Peninsula:

Category: Hiking
The Glenelg Peninsula, which can be reached by ferry, is home to a number of hiking trails that provide visitors with stunning panoramas of the Isle of Skye and the Five Sisters of Kintail.
Be sure to check the weather before venturing out onto these trails and paths, get yourself prepared for the terrain, and adhere to all of the safety requirements to guarantee that your time spent in the great outdoors in Lochcarron and the Scottish Highlands is both safe and enjoyable.

Please note: Please check prior to your activity that starting point has public parking areas or can be accessed using public transport.

DISCLAIMER: The information given on the stay4you has been provided in good faith, it is intended only as a general guide. We advise you to verify the accuracy of information before relying on it. It is the responsibility of individuals to approach outdoor activities such as walking with caution. Walking can be strenuous and individuals should ensure that they are fit enough before embarking upon it. If in doubt consult a doctor.

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