The area around Tigh An Aullt has lots of varied gradients from easy to challenging, and able to suit all levels of cyclists.
Some of our favourites are the following:
Enjoy a day kayaking with Willie Fraser, one of the local National Trust rangers. Alternatively, the Mountain and Sea Guides (http://www.applecross.uk.com/msg/) of Applecross cater for all levels of both sea kayaking and mountaineering, from the novice to the most experienced. Sea kayaking can also be experienced in Plockton.
Fantastic walking to suit all levels of experience can be enjoyed within the local area surrounding Tigh An Aullt. The following are just a small selection of walks that have been enjoyed by past visitors:
Fishing for brown trout is available in the hills, or alternatively try the nearby River croe for salmon fishing.
Operating from Kyle of Lochalsh is the spirit of adventure, which is a charter boat, licensed for up to 12 people. The boat has access to many fishing locations, including a world war two wreck. The Spirit of Adventure can also be booked for a dive charter.
Whale Watching is available from the Isle of Skye, as well as in Gairloch, where the MV Kerry also provides sea fishing trips.
One of the best ways to see the Scottish Highlands is by taking advantage of the local horse riding stable yards. The Highland Pony Trekking Centre highlandponytrekking.co.uk in Glenshiel is a small family run yard offering rides from May to September and customising each trek to suit a rider’s experience. The centre offers everything from a day’s pony ride into the hills, to an hour-long trek around Loch Duich.