The Telegraph is running a walking guide to some of the UK’s best coastal routes on National Trust land. This week it was Torridon’s turn.
Strictly speaking, we are talking about the National Trust for Scotland here rather than the National Trust but no harm done.
As the article – UK coastal walks: Torridon – rightly suggests:
Torridon’s rugged mountains, loch waters and green deer parks hold some of Scotland’s best views
The author recommends following the red route as described by the NTS, starting at the countryside centre and visiting the deer park along the way.
It is an easy to moderate two mile walk near the shore with great views over the loch. including of course, back across to The Torridon.
However there is also a purple walk described by the NTS, which pushes on west from Fasag to the ruined township of Lub à Ghriogalaich.
Whichever route you take, you will enjoy some of the best scenery in the Highlands. And on your return you can enjoy some of the best hospitality at The Stables.