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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Ardgour and Loch Shiel

    Type

    Mountain Bike Trails

    Gradings

    Glenfinnan

    A challenging route with views of the mountains and lochs, which some may recognise from the Harry Potter films- Includes an off-road section.

  3. less than 20 miles
  4. Glencoe Clay Shooting

    Type

    Clay Pigeon Shooting/Air Rifle Shooting

    Gradings

    Ballachulish

    Welcome to Glencoe Clay Shooting

  5. Loch Leven circuit

    Type

    Cycle Routes

    Gradings

    Ballachulish

    A 21 mile circuit around Loch Leven - a narrow sea loch surrounded by mountains.

  6. Gradings

    Fort William

    Fort William, Gairlochy & Camisky circuit

  7. Nevis Range

    Type

    Multi-activity Centre

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    Fort William

    Nevis Range is an all year round attraction for skiing, walking, mountain biking or just simply visiting.

  8. Vertical Descents

    Type

    Multi-activity Centre

    Gradings

    Fort William

    Welcome to Vertical Descents.

  9. Fort William Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Courses

    Gradings

    Fort William

    Eighteen hole golf course (Heathland), situated beside, Ben Nevis offering spectacular view of Britains highest mountain.

  10. Eda Frandsen Sailing

    Type

    Sailing Charter Companies

    Gradings

    Mallaig

    Eda Frandsen offers the finest traditional sailing in the Western Isles of Scotland.

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    Fort William

    An easy and scenic route along the Caledonian Canal from Banavie on the outskirts of Fort William.

  12. The Touring Trail

    Type

    Driving Route

    Gradings

    The Highlands

    The reason Fort William is chosen as the start point is that it represents a scenic gateway to the itinerary as tourers would pass through Glencoe from the south on their arrival.

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