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Torridon SYHA open this winter, Walkhighlands discount

Beinn Alligin & Liathach (Photo: Mat Webster)

Torridon SYHA will be staying open this winter for Friday and Saturday night stays (and Christmas period 21st to 28th December) and is also offering a very generous 30% discount to Walkhighlands’ users. The offer is valid until 14 March 2013 – just enter the code TORRW12 when you book online at the SYHA site.

Situated at the head of Upper Loch Torridon in the shadow of the mighty Liathach, and only a stone’s throw from Upper Loch Torridon, Torridon Youth Hostel is a great option for walkers and climbers as well as those simply wishing to relax and enjoy the wildlife.

Torridon Youth Hostel is purpose built and offers modern, practical facilities for outdoor enthusiasts and visiting groups looking for budget accommodation. There is a spacious self-catering kitchen two large panoramic lounges a drying room and a good range of multi-shared rooms and private/family rooms.

The Torridon area is a magnificent corner of the North Western Highlands. Walkers are spoilt for choice here with numerous hills, coastal trails, historic passes and hidden glens to explore. For the best advice ask our hostel staff who will be happy to share their local knowledge with you. The local Mountain Rescue team also has their base at the Youth Hostel.

Torridon village now has a shop and cafe and the Torridon Inn is only a few miles away. Torridon Youth Hostel is the perfect base for winter hillwalking and climbing weekends – remember to use your Walkhighlands discount when you book – enter code TORRW12 to claim your 30% discount or mention Walkhighlands when you phone.




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