04:41,
Tuesday,
23 October 2018.

Fort William, Scotland

Situated on the shores of Loch Linnhe with Ben Nevis (the UK’s highest mountain) as its back drop, Fort William lays claim to being the UK’s extreme sports capital. A hub for many an outdoor enthusiast and offering the full range of adventure sports it certainly proves to be one of the most popular year round destinations. Long has it been a port for mountaineers and sailors alike; today they still come although they share the town of an evening with skiers and snowboarders in winter and world class mountain bikers in summer.

The town is near the start and finish points (depending on which way you do them) for two of Scotland’s famous long distance walking routes – the West Highland Way and The Great Glen Way. On top of this some of Scotland’s most dramatic mountains are located within the vicinity providing some tremendous hill walking and mountaineering.

With a sizable population and a continuous flow of travellers and sports enthusiasts, Fort William is rarely quiet. The town has many bars and restaurants with a good choice of accommodation for tourists. There are loads of bed and breakfasts, several hotels, inns, self catering cottages, log cabins, campsites and even a couple of bunkhouses.

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