Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||David Turnock and the members of the Geographical Field Group.|
|Series||Regional studies - Geographical Field Group ;, no. 20, Regional studies (Geographical Field Group) ;, no. 20.|
|LC Classifications||HD620.L62 T87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||81463142|
Fort William and Lochaber is a huge rural area in the west Highlands of Scotland with the principal town Fort William lying on the shore of Loch Linnhe below Ben Nevis. The area features the most westerly point in Britain - Ardnamurchan Point; the second deepest loch - Loch Morar; the highest mountain and the most infamous Highland glen - historic Glencoe with its amazing scenery. Lochaber Archive Centre, Fort William, United Kingdom. 2, likes talking about this 3 were here. Lochaber Archive Centre is the Lochaber office of the Highland Archives Service/5(11). Fort William (Scottish Gaelic: An Gearasdan [ən ˈkʲɛɾəs̪t̪ən]; "The Garrison") is a town in Lochaber in the Scottish Highlands, located on the eastern shore of Loch of the Census, Fort William had a population of 10,, making it the second largest settlement in the Highland council area, and the second largest settlement in the whole of the Scottish Highlands — only Council area: Highland. Nether Lochaber & Kinlochleven. Glencoe & Duror. Lochaber is a Presbytery of eight charges in the West Highlands of Scotland. Our Presbytery is centered around Fort William, which is dominated by Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles. Tourism is the main activity in our area with skiing in winter, walking and cycling all year round.
Book your perfect Vacation Rental in Lochaber, United Kingdom on FlipKey today! FlipKey has thousands of reviews and photos to help you plan your memorable trip. Explore over rentals, view Photos, find Deals, and compare Guest Reviews. Outdoor activities in the Fort William area It’s no surprise that Fort William, Glencoe, Ardnamurchan, The Great Glen and the Road to the Isles are known as the Outdoor Capital of the UkK with so many different outdoor activities and experienced outdoor activity providers available to visitors. The Lochaber area in Scotland is a large rural part of the Scottish west Highlands. Lochaber welcomes vistors and travellers to the Highlands on the A82 by Rannoch Moor in the south; it stretches all the way to the sea coastline including Ardnamurchan and Mallaig in the west, and includes the historical area of Glen Spean in the north-east and of course the Great Glen in the north – on the. Fort William & Lochaber interactive location map B&B, Guesthouse accommodation, outdoor activities and events guide The Fort William and Lochaber area is a huge rural part of the Scottish West Highlands, with Fort William the largest town and many smaller communities scattered around our lochs, glens and coastal shoreline.
See a map of Lochaber showing clan sites. This is a PDF. Articles relating to Lochaber in Clan MacMillan International magazines and newsletters: The Macmillans of Murlagan & Glenpean, an Update - May/June , Issue 6. Archaelogical Dowsing at Murlaggan - Dec. , Issue Lochaber is a sparsely-populated area, remote but romantic, centred on Fort William. It contains no mediaeval burgh, no major monastic site, and for its size, not even many castles. However, it does include the highest mountain in Great Britain (Ben Nevis, ft, the deepest lake in Western Europe (Loch Morar) and the most westerly point of 5/5(3). Lochaber is a sparsely-populated area, remote but romantic, centered on Fort William. It contains no mediaeval burgh, no A unique combination of illustrated guidebook and engrossing narrative, this is a chronological history of Lochaber from prehistoric times to the present day, including maps of the region, site plans, and illustrations of the 3/5(4). Lochaber is a traditional name for an area of the West Highlands of Scotland. It was also a district council area which existed from to It was one of eight district councils that delivered a range of local level services within the wider area of Highland Region, which over this period was one of the 12 regions into which Scotland was.