A week long time-lapse take from Banavie, near Fort William of Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor (Nevis Range) during June 2013. See the North Face of Ben Nevis, Carn Mhor Dearg and Aonach Mor slopes in High Definition (HD 720p) Visit our Webcam overlooking Loch Linnhe, Ben Nevis and Fort William. Download our FREE iPhone app, including details on over 1000 places to stay, eat and things to do in Fort William and Lochaber.
This amazing video shows some timelapse shots taken around Ardnamurchan Point over the summer last year. There are some great views to be seen here, it’s a place well worth a visit – and the most westerly point of the British Mainland. Ardnamurchan time lapse summer 2012 from Rod J Stewart on Vimeo.
Spring in Lochaber kicked off last week with perfect BBQ weather, road trips down to the Morar beach in Arisaig, and stargazing atop Cow Hill overlooking Lochaber. It’s no mystery that it’s been a rather short winter, something that some may mourn and others may rejoice. You wouldn’t guess it now, however, with that light snow dusting atop Nevis Range but spring is definitely on its way. So get your bikes ready and your walking shoes on. For all the Romantics in Lochaber, it was William Shakespeare who said “April hath put a spirit of youth in everything”. For all you socialites out there, it was Robin Williams who said “Spring is Nature’s way of saying ‘Let’s Party’”. So get … Read more
Here’s a beautiful short film made by the lovely chaps at Linnhe Creative exploring the natural beauty of Kingairloch Highland Estate, their self catering accommodation and their fabulous Boathouse Restaurant, home to some of finest seafood and venison you’ll ever eat! “Kingairloch is a 14,000 acre Highland Estate located on the Morvern Peninsula in an unspoilt area of beauty on the West Coast of Scotland lying on the banks of Loch Linnhe. Kingairloch offers an enviable location where the mountains meet the sea creating some of the most stunning landscapes, whatever the weather may bring. The estate is also home to a wide and diverse wildlife population from the Eagles of the sky to the Red Deer grazing the hills below. … Read more
In celebration of the last days of summer (i.e. the near arrival of snow) a few of us kids went up to Heather Hat in Glen Nevis and did some bouldering while BBQ-ing up some burgers, reggae reggae style of course. For those of you who don’t climb or boulder Heather Hat is giant boulder that has a covering of heather. It juts out at a rough 30 degree angle making it the perfect place for a BBQ, be it rain or shine. It also makes it the perfect place for a boulder. But beware, bring a bouldering mat if you do plan to give it a go as a fall onto the sharps rocks below could result in a … Read more
A short promotional film for The Highland Soap Co. made by Linnhe Creative shot in Glencoe & Glen Nevis near Fort William and Ben Nevis. “We are a family run Scottish soap company, our natural skin care products are made with an emphasis on organic, fresh wild harvested ingredients and herbal therapy in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Where every stone, tree and river has our richly romantic and heroic history embedded within.” To buy online please visit www.highlandsoaps.com. To enquire about video promotion for your business, please get in touch!