MorvernMorvern from Kerrera
Morvern is a large peninsula that juts out westwards from the Fort William and Lochaber area towards Mull. At first glance it appears to be part of the Western Isles and its western seaboard is in fact easiest reached by taking the Oban Ferry to Mull and then the Fishnish to Lochaline ferry back on to the mainland (which can be done without a car). The alternative is to take the Corran Ferry southwest of Fort William and drive the B roads South and further West. It is a sparcely populated area reknown for its variety of birdlife, flora and wildlife, great fishing and spectacular hill walking.
The most recommended walks in the Morvern are are: Walk to Beinn Bhuidhe, Acharn to Beinn Iadain, Acharn to Beinn Iadain, Beinn Mheadhoin, Acharn to Beinn na h Uamha, Walk From Drimnin to Barr to Drimnin, Loch Uisage to Fuar Bheinn via Glas Bheinn, Loch Aline to Glais Beinn, Glen Galmadale Horseshoe and Sithean Na Raplaich
The two most prominent attractions in Morvern are the magnificent Ardtornish estate and the ruined Kinlochaline Castle