GETTING HERE & WHERE TO STAY
Glencoe is situated on the A82, 26 miles south of Fort William and 23 miles north of Crianlarich.
From the north, head down to Fort William and keep following the road south.
From the south, take the M74 to Glasgow and from here, follow signs for Dumbarton on the A82. Past Dumbarton, the A82 continues all the way to Glencoe. This very scenic route will take you along the shores of Loch Lomond as you head north to Crianlarich, Tyndrum and finally over Rannoch Moor, from where the ski centre is clearly signposted.
Alternatively, if you are travelling from the east, there are several routes off the A9 that take you to Crianlarich and north. These include the A84 from Perth, the A85 from Stirling and the A827 from Balinluig.
Glen Coe is a famous and stunningly beautiful area, so it’s not surprising there are plenty of accommodation options.
Glencoe Mountain Resort has Microlodges, campervan and caravan hook-ups and camping on site.
More recommendations on local accommodation can be found here
Check out Glencoe Mountain’s local and on site accommodation
Nestled between Glencoe & Fort William in the heart of the Highlands, Roam West offers a base for those looking to get outdoors and active during their stay on Scotland’s west coast.
Warm and cosy year-round lodge accommodation just a few metres walk from our on-site pub with a roaring fire and full of Scottish charm, serving a selection of hearty locally sourced, freshly cooked main meals, alongside a fully stocked bar which includes local craft beer, distilled malts and mulled wine.
Self catering kitchens and kit drying room use is fully inclusive for all guests. Twin, double and family rooms for up to 5 guests available.
There’s a big choice of self-catering and BnB accommodation available in the area.
Here are a few examples: