Torridon is a place where you are on the doorstep of some of Scotland’s best walking and biking trails. The stunning seascape combined with rugged mountains ensures you will be spoilt for views whichever route you decide. This map features the key trails from The Torridon. You can also download the resort map via the link below.TORRIDON TRAILS MAP
We want you to get the most out of walking in the Highlands. Our guides have the local knowledge to answer any questions on local walks that you may have. You can find the Torridon Outdoors team at the Outdoor Hut, located near the Stables.
Torridon Outdoors offers a range of activities for beginners through to experienced adventurers. Full and half day activities are available, tailored to request. If you are looking to explore the mountains we can offer a full day guided session. We also offer half and full day low-level guided walks.
Our expert mountain leaders know every nook and cranny of the Torridon area, so you can explore to your heart’s content knowing you’re in safe hands to take you to lesser-known spots with the best views.
In addition to land activities, we offer water activities including kayaking and coasteering.Find Out More
Many come to Torridon hoping to bag a Munro. There are three great mountain ranges to the north of Glen Torridon: Beinn Alligin, Liathach and Beinn Eighe. Each contains two Munros (peaks over 3000 feet) giving six in total to the north of the glen. To the south lie three further Munros, deep within the Coulin forest. All the hills offer fantastic views of the wild and remote West Highlands.
Head along the coastal path towards Shieldaig visiting Loch Damh or Balgy Falls on the way. Choose from easy-going forest trails or cut through to more technical terrain, taking in the Torridon Loop or Beinn Damh Loop. Mountain Bike hire is also available from the Outdoor Hut.
There are a number of easy local walks in the area. Full information and walking route details can be found on the Walk Highlands website.
Torridon Village Walk
3.75 miles (2 hours) Grade one walk
Start: Torridon Countryside Centre (National Trust for Scotland) parking area.
Loch Coulin & Loch Clair
5.5 miles (3.5 hours) Grade two walk
Start: Small car park on A896 opposite turn off for minor road to Coulin Lodge.
Woodland Beinn Eighe
1 mile (1 hour) Grade one walk
Start: Coille na Glas Letire Trails car park, off the A832.
2.75 miles (1-1.5 hours) Grade two walk
Start: Car park at Shieldaig near the public toilets.
With the rugged Scottish Highlands on our doorstep, you’ll want to experience the best of what nature has to offer. Even on short walks it’s possible to spot deer, pine martens, seals and otters around the shore. Birdwatchers will be spoilt for choice with the diversity of bird life in the area. Herons, cormorants and curlews can be spotted, and if you’re lucky you might catch a glimpse of a white-tailed eagle.