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The picture below shows Loch Duich from the most westerly point of the loch. To find out more about the places around the loch, move your mouse around the picture and when you see the hand symbol, click for further information.

The Five Sisters of Kintail Inverinate Morvich Shiel Bridge Ratagan Letterfearn Totaig

The Beginner's Guide to Hillwalking in Southwest Ross by Ian Oxton has a number of walks in the Inverinate and Loch Duich area. The book is available to purchase on-line at a suggested price of £5 and all proceeds go to Macmillan Cancer Support.

For different views of the loch, please click on the links below.
An aerial view of Loch Duich
A road map of the area

The Five Sisters of Kintail
The Five Sisters of Kintail are part of Glenshiel and make up 3 of the 17 munros in the glen.

At Inverinate you will find a florist and garden nursery, petrol station and church.

At Letterfearn you can rent a boat and do a days fishing.

Just behind the coastline that can be seen in the picture on the left hand side is Morvich.

The Kintail NTS Countryside Centre can be found at Morvich which runs many activities over the summer. There is also a caravan site.

At Ratagan, you will find a riding stables, accommodation and Youth Hostel

Shiel Bridge
At Shiel Bridge, there is a local shop and garage which also has a campsite, and a riding stables.

Totaig can be found a the very end of the road that runs along the south of the loch. You can see the old ferryman's house and slipway, where the ferry used to run to Dornie. A short walk from the end of the road, you will find one of the only brochs in the area that you can still access. Just follow the forestry track at the end of the road for approximately 1 mile, crossing a burn. The broch is on the left hand side.