Glencoe & Dalness
- Telephone 0844 493 2222
- Website www.nts.org.uk/Property/…
Glencoe is one of Scotland's most beautiful places and you can find out about its history, landscape and wildlife in the Trust's visitor centre.
The site offers a dramatic backdrop for some of the finest climbing and walking in the country. Red deer, wildcat, golden eagle and rare arctic alpine plants can be found among the breathtaking peaks and spectacular waterfalls in the glen. An easy walk is to Signal Rock, by tradition the gathering point for the MacDonalds of Glencoe at times of emergency.
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Bidean Nam Bian
Climb Glencoe's highest mountain and be rewarded with stunning views of the area and a chance to spot local wildlife. As its Gaelic name ('Peak of the peaks') suggests, this is a seriously big hill and you should come prepared for a full day of hillwalking: bring waterproofs, walking boots, a change of clothes, a packed…
Buachaille Etive Beag
Take in two Munros on this high level walk along the Buachaille Etive Beag ridge. This is a full day's walk (eight hours) and you will need a good level of fitness as well as proper equipment for a day in the Scottish hills: waterproofs, sturdy boots a spare set of clothes, a packed lunch and a drink are essential, and…
Children's Landrover Safari
Exciting landrover tour for children aged 5–11, taking in Glencoe's fascinating wildlife and bloody and dramatic history. Outdoor clothing is required. Booking is essential.
Hidden Valley Guided Walk
This medium-level guided walk will lead you up into Glencoe's Coire Gabhail, with the chance of spotting red deer and golden eagles. This is a half-day walk (six hours) and you must be reasonably fit, and come with appropriate gear for a day in the Scottish hills: waterproofs, walking boots, spare clothes, a packed lunch…
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Fri 12 Jul
Living History: Clansmen Displays
Alba Adventure bring you a fun filled and educational day where you can learn about traditions of the Jacobite era, including swordplay and wearing the belted plaid.
Sun 2 Jun
Sun 21 Jul
Sun 4 Aug
A chance for anyone to join in a friendly open session. BYOB (Bring your own bhodran).
Get closer to animal prints and see if you can learn how to distinguish one animal's trail from another. Ages 5–11; come dressed for the outdoors.
A short guided walk through An Torr woods, learning about the plants, geology and history of the local landscape, including the story of the Glencoe Massacre. Enjoy amazing views from the famous Signal Rock. Booking is essential.