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To help you really explore the area we have Ordnance Survey maps which you can borrow, just ask when you arrive: Landranger Map 41, Ben Nevis, Fort William & Glencoe and Explorer Map 392, Ben Nevis & Fort William
There are a huge number of world-class walks within a very short distance of Tom-na-Creige - there's the whole of Glencoe and Glen Etive to discover as well as the Mamores and the Nevis Range, including Ben Nevis. However, even closer to home, on our doorstep, you'll find some really lovely walking:
Cross the road from Tom-na-Creige and you're on the shores of the loch. The pebbly beach extends for several miles, and you can walk around the headland where Loch Linnhe meets Loch Leven.
Forestry Walks - These include several walks in Glen Righ, including the famous 'Righ Falls', the Appin Murder Cairn, the Glencoe Lochan and many walks at Glenachulish
For the more experienced mountaineer, Glenachulish is also the starting point for the ridge walk between Sgorr Dhearg and Sgorr Dhonuill (the Munros opposite Tom-na-Creige), not an outing to be taken too lightly, especially in winter conditions.
Grey Mares Tail Waterfall - starting from Kinlochleven, a gentler outing leading up through the woods with good views of the waterfall.
The pap of Glencoe - A very distinctive landmark just past Glencoe village. Well worth the rather steep climb for the spectacular views from the top.
Tom-na-Creige Bed & Breakfast, Onich/North Ballachulish, nr Fort William, PH33 6RY