Things to Do

CranKitUp Cycle Hire , Glencoe

Cycle sales, hire and repair.

Glencoe Activities,  Ballachulish and surrounding area

Over 20 professionally managed activities offered by the friendliest of people, including fast boat tours, canyoning, white water rafting, archery, golf course, bike hire and Segway. Via Ferrata (Kinlochleven), Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting (Dragons Tooth Golf Course) and Electric Bikes (Dragons Tooth Golf Course).  Book and pay for many activities on line.

Glencoe Mountain Resort, Kingshouse

Summer – chairlift, mountain biking, climbing, hiking, archery
Winter – skiing, snowboarding, ski school, chairlift, sledging

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Glencoe Photography, Ballachulish

Learn the art of landscape photography.  1 to 1 tuition, Sunday Safari and Workshops, gift vouchers.

Go Glencoe Guiding, Glencoe

Guided trips into the hills and mountains of Glencoe and further afield.

Go Glencoe Guiding

Ice Factor, Kinlochleven (due to a fire as at 30th July the Ice Factor is closed please check their Facebook page for the latest news)

Ice climbing wall, bouldering and rock climbing walls, aerial adventure course, taster classes, skills classes

Ice Factor

Ardnamurchan Visitor Centre, Ardnamurchan

Formerly known as the Ardnamurchan Natural History Centre, Nàdurra provides visitors with an introduction to the breathtaking variety of flora and fauna to be found in this beautiful corner of Scotland. Privately owned with no external funding, they have harnessed their own passion and love of the natural world in order to create a truly memorable experience for both young and old alike. Their aim is to bring visitors closer to nature and to fuel their desire to go out and discover its riches for themselves. Oh, and one more thing – it’s all under cover! So in the extremely unlikely event of it raining during your visit – you won’t get wet!

The National Trust of Scotland, Glencoe

Glencoe is an amazing place – internationally famous for its amazing landscape, its natural and cultural heritage. It’s a place of towering, spectacular, brooding hills, diverse and rare wildlife and of a famous yet tragic event in Scotland’s history.