The Glen offers a breath taking wilderness of beauty that provide access to some of the wilder and more remote areas of Scotland.
There are plenty of opportunities to freewheel among the natural Caledonian Pine Forests and to stop on the shores of Loch Beinn a' Mheadhoin, For those in search of something more strenuous and technical, there are plenty of 'hair-raising' descents, with up-hills to test the most solid of nerves and strongest quads, once you have attempted the cycle route you will want to return again and again.
The lower slopes of Glen Cannich rise dramatically above Cannich village, and a short, but impressive climb allows access to forestry tracks, on the winding Mullardoch road, this will take you to Loch Mullardoch, a 9 mile distant, surrounded by high mountains, the climb through Glen Cannich is steep but the road is relatively quiet, with remote tracks going down from Dog Falls to Knockfin, or alternatively from Loch Affric to Tomich via the West Guisachan estate, Cougie and Plodda Falls, from there you can continue over the lower slopes south of Tomich and Cannich, to Corrimony or even over to Glenmoriston,
After a great day out this picturesque location return to your en-suite room and relax and enjoy the tranquillity and most importantly, get ready for the pub opening at 5pm.
In the morning start your day with a choice of a full Scottish breakfast or a breakfast from the Breakfast menu.
( go to Breakfast Menu page for the full choice of Breakfast we offer ).
All rooms are equipped with Flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, a hair-dryer, Free Wi-Fi, and off road parking
- Glen Affric Geolocation Latitude 57.261932° N Longitude -5.004793° E
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