Images of Ardgour
Ardgour (Gaelic: Àird Ghobhar: height of the goats) – is the most easterly peninsula and is where most people arrive as the depart from the ferry across Loch Linnhe’s Corran Narrows. It is bounded to the north by Loch Eil, to the West by Loch Shiel and the south and east, Glen Tarbert Loch Linnhe. It is a mountainous area, containing a number of Corbetts (mountains in Scotland between 2500 and 3000 feet high), most notably Sgurr Dhomhnuill (2913 feet) and Garbh Bheinn (2903 feet). There are good walks to be had up Glen Gour, Glen Scaddle and Cona Glen and the opportunity for woodland strolls around the lochans on Ardgour Estate near North Corran.
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