Thursday, 15 February 2024
The low stone walls and earthen banks of a post-medieval township were recently discovered in Glen Brittle Forest on the Isle of Skye during an environmental check ahead of harvest...
Leanachan forest is popular for walking, running and cycling, with miles of trials under the northern slopes of Ben Nevis, including the North Face Trail at the Torlundy end of the forest.
Leanachan is an active working forest, producing large quantities of timber every year. We’ll post updates on the website about any work that affects the trails and you’ll find signs on site with details.
Fort William and Lochaber are deservedly renowned for their outdoor activities. Find out what you can do and where to hire equipment at the Outdoor Capital of the UK website.
Public toilets and a café can be found at Nevis Range. Parking charges apply details and costs can be found on their web page.
There is no charge to park in the North Face car park. Please park with care and consideration. In particular please park in designated parking areas only and do not block entrances or gates. For parking at Nevis Range, please see details online.
From the A82 at Torlundy, follow the turn-off signposted for the 'North face' car park. Follow this road up over the railway line where another sign on the right will guide you to the car park.
PH33 6SW is the nearest postcode to the turn-off at Torlundy.
Buses between Fort William and Nevis Range/Spean Bridge can stop at Torlundy on request. Plan your journey at Traveline Scotland.
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