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The tailrace bridge to the Blackwater Hostel, and Lab Road will be closed for up to 2 weeks for repair work. There is a temporary pedestrian foot bridge which has been erected by Jahama Estates opposite the hostel allowing guests access to the village without...

The original "Electric Village" now has an electric charge point. If you planning a trip to the area with your electric car you can now rest assured you will be able to recharge during your visit in Kinlochleven village centre. The charging point is located just...

….Finally! Glencoe Mountain Resort and Nevis Range were both able to open at the weekend with the best covering of snow they have had all season. The snow flurries continued until Sunday when conditions provided a great days skiing at both resorts with a good covering...

The "Kinlochleven Together Marketing Platform". This new group aims to promote Kinlochleven as an activity tourist destination in the Highlands. Currently we all rely heavily on the West Highland Way but this is a way of showcasing the many activities and varied accommodation available in...

We were delighted this morning when we were notified that Blackwater Hostel, Glamping & Campsite has been included in this years Lonely Planet Great Britain Travel Guide which is being published in May 2019. For those who haven't heard of Lonely Planet before they are a...

A new date for your diaries The annual Fort William Mountain Film festival kicks off on the 20th February and runs through until 24th February. The festival celebrates the great outdoors and brings together a variety of media, speakers, athletes and outdoor enthusiasts. Above all the...