Walking in Ardgour offers a wide array of different landscapes, stunning views, wildlife and points of interests.
For “Corbett” enthusiasts (Corbetts are the range of Scottish hills beneath Munros that must be between 2500 and 2999 feet high with a drop of 500 feet on all sides), Ardgour boasts three renowned examples which offer some breathtaking views looking across Loch Linnhe to the famous peaks of Glencoe, the mountains of the small isles and (of course) Ben Nevis.
For those who prefer a gentler pace there is a network of paths criss-crossing the estate which can be explored in all weathers and can be as long or as short as one would want!
Below is a map detailing the path network around the mature parkland at the busier end of the estate, near to the villages of Clovullin and North Corran. All paths are clearly marked and can be incorporated into a longer walk or just a brief stroll. You are bound to spot lots of Wildlife.
This next map (below) highlights the paths through the glens, leading into the true wilderness.
The main deer stalking season takes place over August, September and October – so please use the established hill paths with care. Deer stalking keeps the deer population at a level which enables the exceptional regeneration of the native forest, a protected habitat.
Your access rights and responsibilities are explained fully in the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Please see www.outdooraccess-scotland.com.
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