On the road to Skye
There are two major routes and two more minor routes onto the island. All are extremely beautiful and are worth visiting either on your journey or as an excursion.
The commonest route is over the Skye Bridge. Guests usually come either through Glencoe and Fort William on the A82 or on the A9 to Dalwhinnie.
Another option is to turn west at Fort William and go to Mallaig past the Morar beaches and Glenfinnan. There is then a Caledonian McBrayne ferry from Mallaig across to Armadale. It is recommended that you check the ferry timetable and whether it is recommended that you book.
The other route is to go from Glenelg (A82) to Kylerhea which runs from Easter until mid-October and normally operates daily between 10am - 6pm.