Within Ullapool there are riverside and beach walks where you can take in the village and surroundings. The sea front is great to stroll along and watch the boats landing at Ullapool Harbour. The beach out to Rhue Point is a good afternoon or evening stroll. For the more serious walker and climber, we are surrounded by great paths and climbs ranging from forest walks to more strenuous climbs. Within less than an hour you can be at famous hills and mountains including Stac Pollaidh, Cul Mor, Cul Beag, the world famous Suilven and south to Beinn Dearg and An Teallach. Please look at the below Walk Highlands links for more detailed information.
This mile-long box canyon, through which the River Droma rushes, takes its name from the Gaelic for ‘ugly hollow’. A short steep walk, which is still wheelchair-accessible, will bring you to a Victorian suspension bridge, where you can gaze down over a series of crashing waterfalls cut naturally into a woodland cleft. Due to its extraordinary natural features, Corrieshalloch Gorge is a National Nature Reserve.
Ullapool Golf Course is one of the most picturesque courses you will find and is set on the shores of Loch Broom with spectacular views from every hole. There are 9 holes, which can be played in reverse giving 18. No booking is necessary and visitors are welcome.
The facility is located in the heart of Ullapool and is ideally situated for locals and visitors alike. Key features include: 25m Swimming Pool, Multi-Sports Games Hall, wide selection of Fitness Classes & Activities, Fitness Room, Birthday Parties and One-Off Events and Floodlit Outdoor Courts.
Scotland's answer to Route 66, the new scenic route showcasing the fairy-tale castles beaches and ruins. More than 500 miles of the best the North Highlands has to offer. The route way runs to and from Inverness, venturing up the West Coast and back via the rugged north coast.
You can now enjoy cycling in many places - but check with the local estate before you go! There’s no such problem with single track roads, however, as nearly all of these are for public use. The area has a wealth of good cycling to offer along relatively flat coastal routes such as the one out to Rhua Reidh Lighthouse, or wooded routes such as the one to Badrallach (near Dundonnell)
Dotted around Wester Ross are thousands of sparkling lochs and rivers, which are home to salmon and brown trout. Fishing on inland lochs and waterways is illegal without the owner’s permission. However a number of estates rent out salmon fishing and you can purchase permits for fishing some of the lochs. Call in to the local shops in the area you want to fish to buy a permit, or check FishPal for details of when and where to fish.
They are based in Ullapool and operate out of a hut on the seafront. Explore the beautiful West Coast from a different viewpoint. Travel silently by sea kayak or canoe and immerse yourself in wilderness; discovering deserted islands, wild coastlines, natural rock arches and white sand beaches. Encounter otters, sea eagles, seals and a whole host of other wildlife.
Based in Ullapool Harbour and offering trips to the Summer Isles and Loch broom using an all-weather, 300hp, 8.5mtr RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat). They have set tours, trips to Isle Martin and private trips, excursions and charters. The route changes according to weather conditions and season as the wildlife can change their habits according to where they are feeding.
"The mountains are calling."
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