The West Highland Way
Fort William is the picturesque end point of the iconic West Highland Way, a long-distance hiking trail in Scotland.
Fort William has several parking areas available for visitors, including public parking lots and on-street parking.
Designated disabled parking spaces can be found in Fort William, providing accessible parking options.
Parking fees, if applicable, may vary depending on the parking area and duration. Refer to local parking information or signage for pricing details.
How to get there
Fort William is accessible by car via major roads, including the A82 from Glasgow. The town is well-connected, and you'll find various parking options upon arrival
By public transport
Fort William has a train station with regular services from Glasgow and other major cities. Bus services also connect Fort William to different parts of Scotland. Check with relevant transportation authorities or websites for up-to-date schedules and routes.
Cycling is permitted along certain sections of The West Highland Way. However, note that the trail is primarily designed for walking, and cyclists should be considerate of hikers and follow any designated cycling routes or restrictions
The West Highland Way ends at Gordon Square in Fort William and can be easily reached on foot from most accommodations in the town.