The mountains in Torridon have changed their outfits once again and have put on their spectacular winter coats. Standing tall on the opposite side of Upper Loch Torridon are the mighty Beinn Alligin and Liathach. In the summer months summitting the Munro’s on each of these mountain ranges is no mean feat, but in winter it is an almighty achievement with rocky ridges and steep snow slopes impeding progress. Our Clay Pigeon Shooting and Archery ranges are ideally situated to soak up the views across the Loch and dream up wild adventures high in the snowy hills.
For those who wish to enjoy the views from afar and gain a sense of the history of the area, Clay Pigeon Shooting and Archery offer a fantastic opportunity to really connect with this environment. Both activities are suitable for all ability levels, from beginner to experts. Whilst the views can be a little distracting, our coaches will help guide your aim and you’ll be surprised at just how quickly each of these target sports can be picked up.
One more way of taking in the grandeur of the mountains at this time of year is from on the Loch itself! Sea Kayaking can be truly exceptional in the winter months. When the Loch is like glass, the reflection of the mountains on the water is quite a sight to behold. Wrapped up warm, you’ll go exploring rocky bays in search of oyster catchers, otters and seals.