Farr Cottage Lodge

Address: Corpach, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 7LR, United Kingdom | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Corpach, Fort William, is near Jacobite Steam Train, Steall Waterfall, West Highland Museum, and Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort William

    Ben Nevis - Climbing the UK's Highest Peak

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 09, 2015

    63 photos

    ... to be careful not to take a misstep. While the south side of the peak that most people hike is a relatively gradual climb that almost any reasonably fit person can do, the north side is a 2,000 foot cliff face. You wouldn’t want to take a misstep off of that in the fog! The forecast was for mostly fog free summits on the munroes, mixed clouds and sun, and a low chance of precipitation for my climb day. It doesn’t get better than that ...

    50 Shades of Green

    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 09, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... eat/drink, etc. It really came in handy when our gps didn't know where we were going. Today's stops included: 1. Luss - a small cottage town right on Loch Lomond. Loch Lomond is the largest freshwater lake in the UK and most of our drive was along the shore. We stopped in this town, walked to the pier, and took in the scenery. It was so beautiful. We walked to the local church graveyard where there was supposed to be a Viking grave there. We couldn't find it. After a short 20 ...

    Isle of Skye and Fort William

    A travel blog entry by jacquihawthorne on Jan 17, 2015

    Morning -Breakfast and coffee from the bakery before hitting the road -Drove north to Kilt Rock Waterfall where there was a good look out over the ocean -Tried to go to Quiring but the road was closed as it was covered in snow. -Drove through some amazing coastal/mountainous scenery, and a town called Uig to the fairy Glen, an interesting 'enchanted' place, where we almost got stuck in the snow! -Drove to Dunvegan, castle was closed so we ...

    Post Script: Interestng Scottish History

    A travel blog entry by sandyinuk on Aug 15, 2013

    ... sign an oath of allegiance
    to King William by January 1, 1692. Although this oath was
    originally packaged with the promise of money and land for
    the clans, by the time it was circulated publicly the terms
    were much more threatening - the clans would sign the agreement
    or be punished with the "utmost extremity of ...

    A wee taste o' bonnie Scotland och aye

    A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Apr 09, 2013

    8 photos

    We departed from the lovely Peak District in England, curiously named despite its lack of tall mountains, and headed north for Scotland. Having decided that taking the motorways, whilst time saving, would be boring and not very scenic, we plotted a course on the GPS that would take the smaller roads where we could drive through some smaller English villages, plus it would give us the chance to visit Bakewell to sample one of their famous puddings (don't let the ...