Remote countryside is suddenly accessible from Bridge of Orchy station as many a Munroist will testify. The station rests at the foot of the famous Beinn Dorain, which was immortalised in verse by the Gaelic bard Duncan Ban MacIntyre (whose dwellinghouse sadly lies in ruins just a few miles away). There are well over 35 Munros within a short drive of the Sleeper, although its not recommended to try too many on the same day !
Other nearby attractions include the White Corries Ski Centre where the ski season usually runs from Christmas to Easter.
Nearby there are over 90 recorded climbs, more than enough to keep even the most enthusiastic climber happy.
Other pursuits, all close at hand, include fishing, canoeing on the grade 4 River Orchy as well as lots of options for the cyclist.
The area contains many drove roads and bothies, as well as the famous Glencoe, Glen Etive and Glen Orchy, all within easy reach.
The West Highland Way Sleeper offers a myriad of choices and is ideally situated to cater for all types of outdoor pursuits.
For more detail on the area, try the Internet Guide to Scotland.
The West Highland Way Sleeper, Bridge of Orchy Station, Bridge of Orchy, Argyll, Scotland, PA36 4AD
Telephone: 01838 400548, Fax: 01838 400552, E-mail: [email protected]