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Chase The Wild Goose Hostel, Fort William, Highlands

Chase The Wild Goose Hostel
Banavie House
Banavie

Fort William
Highlands

PH33 7LY | View map

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Chase the Wild Goose Hostel at Banavie, by Fort William offers you comfortable, well equipped BACKPACKERS HOSTEL accommodation, on the road to the Isles and the 'Backpackers' Trail. This hostel in Banavie Fort William offers visitors an ideal base for relaxing in beautiful surroundings, for exploring the hills, glens, villages and lochs of the Scottish Highlands. We have recently be awarded 4 STAR HOSTEL rating by VisitScotland. NB Room Only basis. Breakfast is not provided.Enjoy a variety of outdoor pursuits, including walking the sunlit forest tracks and paths of the Scottish Highlands, cycling the Great Glen Cycle Route (cycles are available for hire locally, and we have excellent secure cycle storage for your own bikes), mountain biking at the World Mountainbiking Circuits on Aonach Mor and along the still shores of the Caledonian Canal and quiet back-roads. Walk the West Highland Way or the Great Glen Way, two must-walk long distance footpaths beginning and ending at Fort William. Experience the abundance of wildlife that inhabits the forests, hills and lochs. Pine Martin, Red Deer, Roe Deer and Common Seals are regularly seen - and bird watching - the majestic Golden Eagle, Red Kite and OspreyPrivate Hostel rooms (bunk beds) are available (sleeping max. 4 persons)

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