Location & Travel
Inchnadamph Explorers Lodge is on the NC500 and Cape Wrath Trail
If driving the NC500, you are no doubt travelling up north from Ullapool (24 miles, 32 mins) or coming south from Kylesku (9 miles, 14 mins). Be prepared to experience spectacular scenery as the roads wind around the isolated mountain peaks that make North West Scotland so unique.
The coastal fishing port of Lochinver (12 miles west) is the main village in the parish with shops, a self-serve fuel stop, two stores (Spar & Nisa), a post office, medical centre, and several bar/restaurants - including the Lochinver Larder, famous for its Lochinver Pies.
Inchnadamph is 81 miles (1 hour 43 mins) from Inverness by car.
Inchnadamph is also one of the main "stations" on the Scottish National Trail that covers the 864 kilometre-long unofficial long distance walking route running the length of Scotland from Kirk Yetholm to Cape Wrath.
Distance from Inchnadamph Lodge 58.1507° N, 4.9712° W (as crow flies)
Conival 58.1333° N, 4.8667° W 4.00 miles
Ben More Assynt 58.1382° N, 4.8582° W 4.21 miles
Quinag 58.2151° N, 5.0501° W 5.30miles
Suilven 58.1000° N, 5.1333° W 6.87 miles
Cul Mor 58.0581° N, 5.1167° W 8.32 miles
Stac Pollaidh 58.0431° N, 5.2061° W 11.35miles
Ardvreck Castle Waterfall 58.1689° N, -4.9908° W 1.45 miles
Allt nan Uamh 58.1159° N, 4.9624° W 2.43 miles
Eas a' Chual Aluinn 58.2045° N, 4.9284° W 4.03 miles
Wailing Widow 58.2178° N, 4.9934° W 4.71 miles
Kirkaig Falls 58.1093° N, 5.2072° W 9.07 miles
Clashnessie Falls 58.2170° N, 5.3140° W 13.30 miles
Achness Falls 57.9877° N, -4.5916° W 17.86 miles
Achmelvich 58.1682° N, 5.3033° W 2.16 miles
Achnachaird 58.0687° N, 5.3596° W 15.27miles
Scourie 58.3508° N, 5.1616° W 15.46miles
Oldshoremore 58.4784° N, 5.0885° W 23.04 miles
Polin 58.4829° N, 5.0965° W 23.40miles
Sandwood Bay 58.5384° N, 5.0600° W 26.98 miles
Loch a Chroisg
Assynt Old Parish Church 58.1518 N, -4.9761° W 0.19 miles
Calda House 58.1507° N, 4.9712° W 1.08 miles
Traligill Caves 58.143° N, 4.9382° W 1.29 miles
Ardvreck Castle 58.1664° N, 4.9939° W 1.36 miles
Bone Caves 58.1082° N, 4.9405° W 3.13 miles
Getting here by train or plane
Inverness is the transport hub of the Scottish Highlands with regular airplane services from London Heathrow, Bristol, Amsterdam, Birmingham, Sumburgh, London Gatwick, Benbecula, Manchester and London Luton.
Trains travel up north from London, Perth, Glasgow, and Edinburgh hubs to Inverness rail station.
The best way to see the Highlands with flexibility is with a vehicle or bike, with rentals more easily available from the centre of Inverness, or from Inverness Airport.
Ideal base to explore
5 - Hostel Dorms with shared bathrooms and Main Lodge Kitchen, Lounge and Drying Room (32 guests)
6 - Private Bedrooms each with private bathroom and own kitchen: across 3 Steading Suites, 2 Shepherds Huts and 1 Walled Cottage (17 guests)
7 - Private Bedrooms with shared bathrooms and Main Lodge Kitchen, Lounge and Drying Room (17 guests)