Useful Information


The weather on the west coast is unpredictable and should always be considered before heading into the hills or out on the water. At Sea to Skye we use a number of forecast providers including the Met Office and less known websites such as MWIS for our mountain forecast and XCWeather for our sea kayak activities.  

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget


Kintail Outdoor Centre is run by the National Trust for Scotland and is used to accommodate many of our residential courses. Sleeping up to 20 persons it is ideal for group booking of 10 or more persons. For further details contact

Kintail Lodge Hotel offer both high quality and budget accommodation for small groups. The hotel also serves excellent meals throughout out the season, which is great after a long day on the hill.

Innis a Chro Bed & Breakfast.Nestled in the heart of the Kintail mountains Innis a' Chro bed and breakfast is a fantastic place to stay to explore the Scottish Highlands. It is in close proximity to our base at Kintail so offers quick access to our activities. 

The National Trust for Scotland Ranger Service provide many of the events viewed within the Sea to Skye web pages. See the Ranger Service 214 at the foot of the page.

Macpherson Mountaineeringis a small family run outdoor shop in Inverness just off Church Street in the Victorian Market. It might be the smallest Outdoor Shop in the town but it is also the one you will want to spend the most time in. Top quality advice, great choice and service. 

Grants of Cragellachie: Whether you are looking for a relaxing escape or an action packed adventure, Grants offers an excellent quality licensed restaurant with accommodation from which to base your stay.  

SYHA: Offers excellent hostel accommodation at Rataganon the shore of Loch Duich and at Broadford on the Isle of Skye.

Nia Roo: Is a new holiday cottage on the shore of Loch Duich in an ideal location for mountain and water based activities.