Hidden Highlands

The Highlands of Scotland is a truly magical place to visit, covering two-thirds of the country. Much of the mainland covers the most spectacular scenery. You would be surprised just how remote it really is with it’s unspoilt wilderness and isolated crofting villages on the west coast.

Fort William is classed as the ‘ Outdoor Capital of the UK’. It hosts the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. You can also enjoy world class mountains, sports such as fishing, golf, sea kayaking, white water rafting , gorge walking and Munro bagging.

Learn more about the Glencoe massacre, the Glenfinnan Monument and the Jacobite uprisings. Enjoy the panoramic views of Loch Shiel, the dramatic mountains and, especially for the ‘ Harry Potter’ fans, the Glenfinnan viaduct.

The only major city in the Highlands is Inverness, classically combined with mountains, lochs and rivers, glens and rugged coastline.

The Strathspey region , South of Inverness with a combination of villages along the River Spey is dominated by the dramatic Cairngorm mountains, outstanding scenery and huge outdoor activity opportunities. The Cairngorms is part of Scotland’s second national park. There really is nowhere else like the Cairngorms National Park.

The Ardnamurchan peninsula is unspoilt and undisturbed. It’s wild, remote, beautiful and has breath taking scenery. Ardnamurchan includes the neighbouring villages of Morvern, Ardgour, Moidart and Sunart and all only a Corran Ferry away.

Connected to Scotland’s northcoast by bridge is the Isle of Skye. It is renowned for it’s rugged landscapes, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles. The town of Portree is an excellent base for exploring the island, quaint harbourside pubs and boutiques.

Caithness is just one of the stops on the North Coast 500, with stunning coastal scenery and fascinating heritage. Commonly known as the home to John O’ Groats, Caithness has much more to offer.

Where would you like to visit in the hidden Highlands? Contact us now and you will experience the hidden gems of the Highlands. www.stewartandmaclean.com