Rent a Campervan in Scotland – Lochaber

5th August 2015

For the intrepid traveler looking to rent a campervan in Scotland, Lochaber in the Highlands is a top destination, loaded with exceptional scenery, sparkling culture and fascinating history- all just three hours from Edinburgh. Made up of Fort William and Glen Nevis, the Road to the Isles, Glen Spean, Glencoe and Loch Leven, Lochaber takes in a wide range of scenery, from the coastline at Mallaig in the west to the Great Glen in the north.

Some of the most famous landscapes in Britain are here- Buachaille Etive Mor, the Mamores, and the Three Sisters of Glen Coe. Live folk music and fine Highland whisky flow freely at the pubs, and visitors are welcome to join in for what the locals call in Gaelic the “craic”- or good conversation!

Known as the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’, Fort William is a great base for everything from mountain biking to white water rafting to snow skiing, as well as just exploring, when you rent a campervan in Scotland. It’s a centre for hill walking and Munro climbing- especially Ben Nevis- and is the end point for the West Highland Way and the Great Glen Way.

Pastoral villages such as Kinlochleven, Onich and Glencoe are postcard-perfect locations to explore and soak up the local culture for those who choose to rent a campervan in Scotland. Trails at spectacular Inchree Falls offer one of the most beautiful hikes in the Highlands. And for the more adventurous, local outdoor experiences such as canyoning and waterfall climbing can definitely satisfy your adrenaline craving! Glen Coe served as a dramatic set piece for Skyfall and a visit in person does not disappoint. The ‘Pap’ of Glen Coe is a don’t miss photo opportunity when you choose to rent a campervan in Scotland.

Experience fantastical modes of transportation such as the Jacobite steam train from the Harry Potter films, gondola trips up Nevis Range, or mountain bike or boat rides through this mysterious landscape.

When you rent a campervan in Scotland and visit Lochaber, Scotland, there are dozens of touring parks and campsites with excellent facilities, stunning views and welcoming hosts. However, there are remote areas that are perfect for pulling in for some wild camping. By choosing to rent a campervan in Scotland, you can be flexible with your plans and spend a footloose holiday in one of the world’s most beautiful locations.

Get in touch today and rent a campervan in Scotland from Roseisle Luxury Campervans.

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