Torridon has a dramatic and desolate setting beneath the mountains, on the shore of Upper Loch Torridon in Wester Ross.
Situated on a scenic minor road which winds along the northern shore of Upper Loch Torridon climbing and twisting past lochans, cliffs, gorges and green wooded slopes, the town is a good base for exploring the neighbouring countryside. The area is packed full with great walking paths including the magnificent ridge walk along the Liathach massif, or the strenuous traverse of Beinn Eighe. A rewarding lower level walk is the 7 mile hike up the coast from Lower Diabaig, 10 miles north west of Torridon village to Redpoint.
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