Highland adventures

What better way to have freedom whilst exploring this great area than in an Easicampers Motorhome. With accessibility to most places and the ideal option of being able to stop and wild camp at a long list of locations.

  1. Inverness: Known as the “Capital of the Highlands”, Inverness is a great starting point for your journey. The city itself has a lot to offer, including Inverness Castle, the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, and the beautiful River Ness.
  2. Loch Ness: Just a short drive from Inverness, Loch Ness is a must-visit. You can park your motorhome and take a boat tour to try and spot the legendary Loch Ness Monster.
  3. Isle of Skye: Known for its rugged landscapes, medieval castles, and picturesque villages, the Isle of Skye is a must-visit. You can park your motorhome and explore places like the Old Man of Storr, the Quiraing, and the Fairy Pools.
  4. Fort William: Located at the foot of Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain, Fort William is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts. There are plenty of campsites where you can park your motorhome.
  5. Glencoe: Known for its dramatic landscapes and hiking trails, Glencoe is another must-visit. The Glencoe Mountain Resort has facilities for motorhomes.
  6. Cairngorms National Park: This is the largest national park in the UK, with plenty of places to park your motorhome. You can explore the park’s many hiking trails, visit its quaint villages, and spot wildlife.
  7. Aviemore: Located within the Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore is a popular destination for outdoor activities. There are several campsites and caravan parks where you can stay.
  8. Ullapool: This picturesque fishing village is a great place to relax and enjoy the stunning coastal scenery. There are several campsites in and around Ullapool where you can park your motorhome.
  9. John O’Groats: This village in the far north of Scotland is famous for being one of the extremities of the UK’s mainland. There’s a caravan and camping site where you can park your motorhome.
  10. Torridon: Known for its dramatic mountain scenery, Torridon is a great place for hiking and wildlife spotting. There are a few campsites in the area where you can park your motorhome.

Remember to always check the local regulations and guidelines for motorhome parking and overnight stays. Scotland has a policy of “right to roam”, but this doesn’t always apply to motor vehicles. Always use designated campsites or parking areas where available.

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