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Tyndrum to Inveroran

Before setting off from Tyndrum it is worth remembering that this is the last chance to stock up on any necessities – there are no more shops until Kinlochleven, 28 miles further up the Way!

This section of the route offers some up close and personal views of the surrounding mountains. Soon after leaving Tyndrum you will skirt the steep sides of Beinn Odhar and the pyramid of Beinn Dorain sits ahead, a companion all the way across the floor of the glen until you reach Bridge of Orchy.

The railway will peel off to the right and you’ll see another viaduct showcasing the engineering skills of the West Highland Railway Line.

From here the glen widens and flattens with a gentle descent down to the railway station and views across to Glen Orchy.

After Bridge of Orchy the way joins the Old Military Road. A short climb up the hill gives a dramatic viewpoint across Loch Tulla and the Black Mount. Beyond Inveroran, the remote Rannoch Moor beckons.

Download here a GPS track for the Tyndrum to Inveroran route section for your mobile app or GPS navigation device.

You can find out distances between various locations along the West Highland Way using the mileage chart

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Elevation profile


Fast facts


9 Miles (14.5 km)







There is a good path underfoot throughout with a few inclines and descents. This is as straightforward a day as you’ll find on the Way, immersing yourself in wide glens and striking mountain scenery.

Height range: 157 – 329 m
Height at start: 237 m
Height at finish: 176 m

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Tyndrum, Bridge of Orchy, Inveroran


Tyndrum, Bridge of Orchy, Inveroran

Places of interest

Beinn Odhar, Beinn Dorain, Kinglass Viaduct, Loch Tulla

See more of the West Highland Way’s beautiful landscapes.

Check out this scenic video by Jonathan Lundmark, documenting his own walk of the Way.

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