Fort William Tourist Information
including Glen Nevis, Spean Bridge & Ballachulish
This Fort William Tourist Information
guide is to supply you will some basic information about the local area.
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Fort William Tourist Information.
Fort William, with a population of under 10,500 is one of the main tourist towns and mountaineering area in the Highlands. In winter they have the Nevis Ski Range,
on Anoch Mor. It is also the finish of the West Highland Way. Spean Bridge is about 10 miles north east of Fort William, while Ballachulish is
10 miles South West of Fort William.
Fort William is perfectly located for a base in which to travel to North of Scotland and to the West Coast of Scotland.
Fort William Tourist Information & Attractions include;
Inverlochy Castle is 2 miles north east of Fort William. it was built 13th century for the Comyn family of Badenoch. It is a well preserved
square shape Castle with four round towers, each tower is located at each Corner.
Ben Nevis - Britain's highest mountain at ( 4406ft / 1344m ) is situated 2 miles from Fort William with hill walkers, mountaineers and ice climbers
all have aspirations to tackle the mountain. The Glen Nevis Visitor Centre is located over 1 miles up on Ben Nevis with information on the History, rock
formations and they also have Ranger walks in the summer.
There is the Ben Nevis Woollen Mill which is about half a mile outside Fort William at the entrance to Glen Nevis.
Fort William Tourist Information Board
Glen Nevis Centre
Ben Nevis Distillery Centre.
Ben Nevis Woollen Mill
Transport from Glasgow Airport to Fort William