Inveroran to Kingshouse

From Forest Lodge, the path slowly rises up onto the edges of Rannoch Moor. This is a wild and remote section of the West Highland Way and one of the last great wildernesses of Europe. On a good day this area offers relatively straightforward walking but if the weather isn’t favourable, ensure you are wrapped up from the elements as it may be tough going across exposed ground.

Ba Bridge is halfway across the moor and an obvious rest point to take in the views. It can be bleak and beautiful at the same time depending on the conditions! A short distance after this on your left, the ruins of Ba cottage may offer some slight shelter or a lovely spot for lunch.

The undulating old military road eventually brings your march past the Glencoe Ski Centre, Black Rock Cottage and within view of one of Scotland’s most photographed mountains, Buachaille Etive Mor.

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Fast facts


10 Miles (16 km)







The track along the old Parliamentary Road is good but Rannoch Moor is very exposed and can be tricky in bad weather. There is no shelter on this section of the Way until reaching the Ski Centre, but in good weather this is a rewarding part of the trail with superb scenery throughout.

Start height: 66 metres
End height: 50 metres
Maximum height: 202 metres
Minimum height: 12 metres

Be aware

Please be aware that the Kingshouse Hotel is currently closed for renovations – we will keep you updated as more information is available


Glencoe Ski Centre

Places of interest

Rannoch Moor, Ba Bridge, Glencoe Ski Centre