Corrieshalloch Gorge – It’s a dizzying and exhilarating experience to look down on the torrent of water plunging 46m (150ft) over the Falls of Measach from the gently swaying suspension bridge. Corrieshalloch Gorge is one of the natural wonders of the Highlands and not to be missed.
Inverewe Gardens is a lush, sub-tropical-style, oasis perched on a peninsula at the edge of Loch Ewe amid the rugged landscape of Wester Ross, this world-famous historic garden is one of Scotland’s most popular botanical attractions
North West Highlands Geopark - Our local “Geopark” is a 2000 square km area of northwest Scotland, an area with recognised geological heritage in terms of its scientific quality, rarity, aesthetic appeal and educational value. The North West Highlands Geopark visitor centre and central hub, The Rock Stop, is open again for 2016! The café serves tea, coffee and hot chocolate plus locally made hot food, sandwiches and cakes. The rock stop also sells a range of locally made arts and crafts. Enjoy superb views and warm up with a hot drink or cool down with a cold one, look around the exhibition about the rocks and landscape of the North West Highlands.
Knoxkan Crag 15 minutes north of Ullapool by car The Knockan Visitor Centre is a visitor attraction that interprets the ‘big picture’ of the landscape at “Knockan Crag National Nature Reserve” and surrounding area. Visitors can learn more about the fascinating and unique geology of the far northwest of Scotland.