Whether you are looking for an exploratory or relaxed trip, the Torridon Hills is the perfect place to spend some quality time with your dog. Dog lover and Head of Torridon Outdoors, Charlie has picked some of his and Cuillin’s favourite walks that are sure to delight you and your four-legged companion.
Inveralligin to Diabaig and back (14km) – this challenging walk links two pretty villages and passes along the coast through dramatic rugged and rocky scenery. There is a path but it can be rough and steep in places. Level: Challenging
Falls of Slioch (10km) – walk alongside Loch Maree, arguably one of the most beautiful lochs in Scotland and featured in many Scottish calendars. Head towards Munro Slioch with its beautiful gorge. Level: Intermediate
Lower Diabaig to Redpoint (13km) – a glorious coastal walk with views out to Skye, and Harris on a very clear day. Red Point is home to the largest population of Grey Atlantic Seals in the area. Level: Intermediate
Coulin Resort (9km) – passes by Loch Clair and around Loch Coulin. This walk is simple and flat. It offers amazing views of Beinn Eighe and Liathach across the waters. Level: Easy
Doire na Fuaran – a short field walk amongst the ruins of this old township also known as the Field of Springs. It was once a thriving crofting community.