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Lochan Tom Mhic Iain

This picture was taken on Christmas Day from the summit of Meall an Tarmachain, ptarmigan hill, looking almost due east.  The lochan is Lochan Tom Mhic Iain, and the small, lumpy hill to its...

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Standing Stone

The standing stone at Branault is one of two impressive othostats on Ardnamurchan, the other being at Camas nan Geall.  It’s 2.2 metres high, and was one of a pair, the other standing about a...

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Photo of the Week

This picture was taken from one of West Ardnamurchan’s abandoned villages, Plocaig, and looks northeastwards to a headland called Carraig, a Gaelic word which, in this context, probably means headland or cliff. In the...

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The MacIain Shop

ADELPHI DISTILLERY, Ardnamurchan Founded in 1826, the Adelphi Distillery is now Scotland’s most acclaimed independent bottler of single casks of rare malt whisky. In 1993, The great-grandson of Archibald Walker, Jamie, revived the Adelphi...

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Visiting Ardnamurchan

The Ardnamurchan Tourist Association’s website at http://www.ardnamurchan.com provides all the information you will need for an enjoyable visit to the peninsula and surrounding areas. The site provides information on where to stay, places to visit, eating out, and...