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West Highland Way sign near Roybridge


The village of Roybridge is the perfect location to start exploring the Glen Roy National Nature Reserve.

The area is popular with hillwalkers and climbers with mountains such as Creag Meagaidh nearby. White water kayakers love it too with the River Roy and River Spean a stone’s throw away.

Did you know? The parents of Australia’s only recognised saint Mary MacKillop, lived in Roybridge prior to emigrating to Australia.

Landmarks and Attractions

Roy Glen Nature Reserve

A tranquil haven for nature lovers with its lush woodlands, waterfalls and diverse wildlife.

Red Grouse

A symbol of Scottish moorlands, the Red Grouse is known for its distinctive plumage and elusive nature.

West Highland Way

One of Scotland’s most famous long-distance hiking trails, passing near Roy Bridge on its route from Milngavie to Fort William. Whether embarking on a day hike or a multi-day adventure, the West Highland Way offers outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to experience the beauty of Scotland’s wilderness