Last trip to Kintail for 2021.

This trip was nights 47 to 49 living in my caravan, from the 18th to 20th Sep 2021. I'm sure it's my 4th and last trip to Morvich C&MC Site for 2021. It's a site I've visited many times over the years in all my camper vans and caravans over the last 10yrs or so. It's a fantastic site situated in one of my favourite areas in Scotland, Kintail, next to the village of Inverinate. Great walking, history, and facilities just a short drive away. 

The journey to Morvich takes around 5hrs, allowing for stops, from home. I took the Perth to Dalwhinnie and Laggan Road route. Our first stop was for a quick break in a forest near Catlodge, around 2 hrs into the journey.

Another en-route stop at the Ciste Dubh walk near Invergarry.

The forecast for this trip was mixed, so instead of the full awning, I opted for the sun canopy which also provides excellent shelter from the rain for drying the dogs or storing the outside kit.

A pair of rather critical onlookers!

Some of the excellent walking around the area;

The brilliant forest walk above the village of Inverinate.

Very large variety of Rhododendron at the fantastic Balmacara Forest Walk.

A high level route above Loch Duich on the Mam Ratagan road.

The Five Sisters of Kintail in the background.

A great hilly route into the wilds north of the Carr Brae road.

Followed some great stalkers paths which wound for miles between the hills.

Really impressive waterfalls.

Eilean Donan Castle from the Carr Brae.

Eilean Donan Castle.

Probably my favourite walk in this area, the 'Skye View Trail' above Balmacara which follows old routes in a long circular walk.

Balmacara Bay, and the forest with the excellent trails.


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