dawn over kintail ridge and loch cluanie
Cluanie Inn surrounded by mountains
Cluanie Inn beside the loch
wonderful scenery



Climb the mountains or walk the glens

Lying at 800 feet, the Cluanie Inn offers easy access to the surrounding mountains, including 21 "Munros" (mountains exceeding 3,000 feet) within walking distance.

There are restrictions, for safety reasons, on hill walking during the stalking season, but we will liaise with our neighbours to ensure the enjoyment of walkers and stalkers alike.

Clothes drying facilities are available.


Lochalsh area has 21 Munros and this is without considering Skye, Torridon and Affric districts. The South Shiel ridge (or Cluanie ridge) has seven Munros and the North Shiel ridge incorporating Five Sisters of Kintail lies within Glen Shiel and provides spectacular views and great climbing.


If your thinking of planning a deer stalking trip or hunting vacation to Scotland. Whether you are an experienced deer stalker or first-time hunter, it can be difficult to choose where to go stalking and the type of experience you want email us at stay@cluanieinn.com with your requirements and let us organize it for you.

The open seasons for stalking red deer in Scotland are:

  • Stags : 1st July to 20th October
  • Hinds: 21st October to 15th February


Alongside the Cluanie Inn is Loch Cluanie an ideal place to while away the hours coarse fishing for brown trout or pike.

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