Fishing permits can be arranged for many of the 21 hill lochs on Aultbea Estates and also farther afield (discounts available for National Trust for Scotland members). The permits are available from Laide Post Office.
Loch Ewe and the Torridon mountains offer some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Gruinard Bay and the beaches at Mellon Udrigle and Opinan are not to be missed, with their stretches of untouched sand - magical! The Benn Eighe nature reserve is nearby.
There are many beautiful walks in the area, both along the coast and inland, to suit the casual stroller or energetic hiker. Places of interest along the way include: the cave at Cove, the wreck of the USS William H Welsh, the cave at Sand, Beast Loch and Fionn Loch.
Founded by Osgood MacKenzie in 1862, Inverewe Gardens is recognised as one of the finest in Europe, mainly due to the climatic effects of the Gulf Stream. It provides an inspirational, peaceful and rewarding experience to the visitor.