Ullapool & Corrieshalloch Tour

This 5-hour tour takes in the sights to the west of Inverness. Ullapool is one of the most unspoiled places in the country and is famed for its local food and beautiful landscapes. Corrieshalloch National Nature Reserve is one of the natural wonders of the Scottish Highlands and features the best of what makes Scottish woodlands the envy of the world.

Ullapool Street Food

Ullapool is a picturesque fishing town, tucked away on the shores of Lochbroom and on the road of the world-famous NC500. The breathtaking drive from Inverness to this wonderful spot on the west coast will take around an hour and is surrounded by some of the most stunning rural views and dramatic landscapes that Scotland has to offer. Once there you will have the opportunity to walk around and try some of the local street food that has all of Scotland talking. The award-winning Seafood Shack is well worth a visit and has won many an admirer with its locally sourced traditional fish and chips and Cullen Skink. There are few things better in life than having a chippy by the sea, and there are fewer places better to experience that joy than in Ullapool.

Corrieshalloch Gorge

On the road to Ullapool stands Corrieshalloch Gorge, a place of extraordinary natural features. The gorge is brimming with wildlife, woodland trails, rushing rivers and crashing waterfalls. This plunging canyon is crossed by a Victorian suspension bridge, built by the same engineer who gave Scotland its iconic Forth Railway Bridge. From that wheelchair-accessible suspension bridge you can experince spectacular views over the series of roaring waterfalls that cut their way through the gorge below. It is a sight like no other and one that you are sure never to forget. Appreciate the views and enjoy the trails that take you deep in to the woodland that many has Scot before you has deliberately lost their way.
On the road to Ullapool stands Corrieshalloch Gorge, a place of extraordinary natural features. The gorge is brimming with wildlife, woodland trails, rushing rivers and crashing waterfalls. This plunging canyon is crossed by a Victorian suspension bridge, built by the same engineer who gave Scotland its iconic Forth Railway Bridge. From that wheelchair-accessible suspension bridge you can experince spectacular views over the series of roaring waterfalls that cut their way through the gorge below. It is a sight like no other and one that you are sure never to forget. Appreciate the views and enjoy the trails that take you deep in to the woodland that many has Scot before you has deliberately lost their way.

5 Hours Private Tour

£195 for an executive car with driver/guide that will take 3 to 4 passengers comfortably
£235 for a minibus with driver/guide that will take 8 passengers comfortably
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