UNSPOILT AND UNCHANGED
Loch Rannoch Highland Club lies on the traditional main route north to the west coast of Scotland, known famously as the Road to the Isles. However, major road construction in the 19th century has bypassed it leaving the area unspoiled and unchanged.
The Club consists of 85 attractive, pet friendly lodges all with conservatories or patios and stunning views across the loch to the majestic mountains of Glencoe.
The village of Kinloch Rannoch is a good place from which to start exploring the Clan Trail. A series of interesting story boards have been placed at accessible points around the loch shore that tell the fascinating tales of clans prominent in the district before the 19th and 20th centuries. There is also a Crannog (artificial island) near the far west of the loch which was used in the 18th century as a base for outlawed members of the MacGregor Clan.
The surrounding Rannoch area offers excellent walking, from woodland paths in Rannoch Forest and quiet loch side rambles to the dramatic wild peaks and cross country routes of the Great Moor of Rannoch.
Life in the highlands
There is no shortage of things to do in the Rannoch and Tummel area. We've got it all, whether you're a keen hiker, biker, Munro-bagger or nature-lover. There's also archery, angling, stalking and shooting, with mountains, moors and Loch Rannoch
Guided Tours are available from Highland Travel or you can take the train to Corrour and walk back to Rannoch Station, around 9 miles, or stay on the train to Fort William and Mallaig as a day trip from remote Rannoch Station.
Children's Play Park in Kinloch Rannoch village - There is a well-equipped children's play park next to the Old Church of Rannoch, south of the river and near the Country Store.
There are lots of places to picnic with the family. But leave no trace and take only photos and memories away with you.
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