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Scottish National Trail: Oykel Bridge to Inchnadamph

Enjoy a prolonged, scenic traverse above the rushing River Oykel, mostly on vehicle track but sometimes on grassy footpath, often on open hillside and sometimes at forest edge. After passing the small settlement at Loch Ailsh, the path begins an arduous climb to Bealach Trallgill over progressively rougher terrain, but gets easier on the other side going down to Inchnadamph.

Hiking Difficult

31 km
663 m
622 m
7-8 hrs
Low Point
34 m
High Point
516 m
Scottish National Trail: Oykel Bridge to Inchnadamph Map

This is a popular hiking route which is generally considered to be difficult. It's an unknown remoteness, it features unknown exposure and is typically done in an unknown time of year. From a low point of 34 m to the maximum altitude of 516 m, the route covers 31 km, 663 vertical metres of ascent and 622 vertical metres of descent.




Hiking trails where obstacles such as rocks or roots are prevalent. Some obstacles can require care to step over or around. At times, the trail can be worn and eroded. The grade of the trail is generally quite steep, and can often lead to strenuous hiking.