Lochaber has a thriving local business community that provides services not only for visitors, but also for those living in the area.
Local Services in the Lochaber area
Web site design and Internet services for the Tourism and Outdoor industries, including the market leading "e-availability" online booking system.
Small Isles Community Council
Nevisport - Get Out More!
Everything you need for camping, hiking, climbing, skiing, travelling and lots more! We also have a book and gift shop with a wide variety of guide books and maps avaliable, a daytine restaurant and a bar serving meals.
We are a small Scottish boatyard and our business is boatbuilding, repairs or modifications,
and all related marine engineering services.
Ariundle Centre & Bunkhouse
Events and workshops in felt making, natural dying and spinning. Restaurant & Bunkhouse open throughout the year.
Lochaber Yacht Club
Sail on Loch Linnhe, just 15 minutes walk from the centre of Fort William. The club is an RYA Teaching establishment with lots of experience in teaching people to sail. Sail at any state of the tide - Loch Linnhe is a fabulous and safe area of water to enjoy.
Sailing dinghies and keelboats in the Outdoor Capital of the UK.
We have a strong youth and family membership. Our main activities are dinghy and keelboat racing, cruising and informal club sailing
Off Beat Bikes
To hire: cross country and down hill bikes, trailers, tandoms and accesories. Repairs and sales, route information and running kit.
National Trust Glencoe Visitor Centre
Click on the website to find out more about landrover safaris with the National Trust
Glencoe is an amazing place - internationally famous for its amazing landscape, its natural and cultural heritage. Itís a place of towering, spectacular, brooding hills, diverse and rare wildlife and of a famous yet tragic event in Scotlandís history.
- 500,000,000 years of geology
- 1,000,000 visitors to the Glen
- 200,000 hill walkers each year
- 5800 ha of fantastic landscape
- 5000 years of human settlement
- 8 Munros
Nevis Canoes is a new branch of Stirling Canoes and Standing Waves offering retail, courses and hire.
Glencoe and Loch Leven Marketing Association
Marketing Association to serve tourist related establishments in the area of Glencoe and Loch Leven.
Crannog Seafood Shop
Seafood from the seas off the west coast of Scotland
Fish landed daily in Mallaig harbour, creel caught Loch Linnhe langoustines and Scottish salmon smoked over oak whisky barrel chippings.
To enjoy some of the same fantastic seafood we supply to our restaurant, visit our seafood shop at Blar Mhor, Fort William. Our seafood is available fresh or ready to eat, perfect for picnics, barbecues or as a gift to take home.
Call 0800 781 3687 for more information.
Kearney Donald Partnership
The Granite House
Fort William's favourite gift shop. Jewellery, watches, folk music and instruments, novelties, collectables. Clothes from Quiksilver, Roxy, Mambo, Billabong, Ripcurl and others.
The Highland Mountain Culture Association Ltd
We are a not for profit community organisation whose aim is to promote the mountain culture. Each year we run a mountain festival during February/March time. This year join us for a celebration of mountains and the culture that surrounds them for two full weeks . During the best winter walking and climbing conditions of the year we'll enjoy a packed programme of lectures, films, workshops, exhibitions, plays and music. For more details see www.mountainfestival.co.uk or look at the events section of this site.
Nevis Range Mountain Gondola
All year round mountain gondola taking visitors 2150ft up Aonach Mor beside Ben Nevis. Enjoy stunning views of down the Great Glen and out to the Small Isles and Skye.
*NEVIS RANGE IS A MEMBER OF THE OUTDOOR CAPITAL'S VISITOR PAY-BACK SCHEME: This means that they donate 1p per gondola trip to help support the development of the area.
Fort William Community Council
Glen Nevis Visitor Centre