The remote peninsula of Ardnamurchan includes the most westerly point in mainland Britain, and its most westerly village, Kilchoan. It has a rocky coastline with superb beaches and breath-taking views of the Small Isles of Eigg and Rum in the Sea of the Hebrides. Ardnamurchan is one of the most famous ring volcanoes in the world. Stops include:

  • Strontian, the place after which the element Strontium was named
  • Ardnamurchan Lighthouse and Visitor Centre
  • Ben Hiant, with views of Mull and the flanks of the volcano
  • Kilchoan Ferry Pier, with volcanic cone-sheets
  • The white sand dunes of Sanna Bay and the mighty gabbro ring
  • Ardnamurchan natural history museum
  • Achnaha with the ancient village of Glendrian

Start location at the Corran Ferry on the A 82 Glasgow – Fort William road, 22 km south-west of Fort William.

Start time The Ferry leaves at 9.15 am and takes 10 minutes to cross the Corran Narrows to the village of Ardgour. The ferry fare is £8.20 for a single journey for car or minibus including passengers (up to 16).

End Location Ardgour.

Distance travelled is approximately 200 km. Please not: if you are prone to car sickness on narrow, windy, roads then this trip may not be suitable for you.

End time 6-7pm

Involves some steep grassy slopes, sand dunes and boggy areas. Please be prepared for Scottish west coast weather. See our clothing and equipment page for more information.

Walking Grade Easy/Moderate

Cost and booking: £65 per person and kids go free, just book adults in and let us know that children are coming. To book more than one person increase the quantity of bookings in your online basket as appropriate.

Other parties may be taking part in the same tour. Up to a total of 8 people per Geotour.

Discounts are on individuals party booking size and not the final group.

If you want to be the only person on a Geotour please visit book a Bespoke Geotour.

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