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By Car
From Fort William, follow the A82 north towards Inverness until you reach Invergarry. Immediately after the bridge, turn left taking the A87 towards Kyle of Lochalsh and the Isle of Skye. Continue on this road and at the junction with the A887 turn left continuing to follow the A87. Stay on this road until you reach Shiel Bridge, where there is a general store and petrol station on your left.

local wildlife - herons often seen on the shores of Loch DuichFrom Inverness, take the A82 south towards Fort William until you reach Invermoriston. Take the A887 on the right, which is on a very sharp bend in the road and is signposted to Kyle of Lochalsh and the Isle of Skye. Continue on this road, which turns into the A87 after approximately 13 miles. Stay on this road until you reach Shiel Bridge, where there is a general store and petrol station on your left.

From Kyle, follow the A87 South towards Fort William. Drive through Inverinate and continue on the road.

By Plane
The nearest airport to Inverinate, Loch Duich and Kintail is Inverness, which is approximately an hour and a half away by car. Inverness airport is now served by a range of flights from various airports around the UK and Europe. There are a number of hire car providers at the airport.

By Train
The nearest train station to Inverinate, Loch Duich and Kintail is Kyle station, which is approximately 17 miles away from Shiel Bridge. The sleeper trains from London Euston go into either Inverness (where you can catch the train to Kyle) or Fort William, both of which are about an hour and a half away by car. You can hire a car from Fort William or Inverness train stations. You can also travel by coach from Fort William.

By Coach
The area is served by a number of bus and coach services from Inverness, Glasgow, Fort William and the Isle of Skye.