Laggan - Base, travel and arrival information Please print the following pages to refer to before, and during, your journey to our base. They contain lots of important and useful information to help you plan your trip and to prepare you for your boating holiday. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you require any further information. We wish a safe journey. BASE ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS Address: West Highland Sailing, Laggan Locks Spean Bridge, PH34 4EB, Inverness-Shire Scotland Telephone: +44 (0) 1809 501 234 +44 (0) 1809 501 437 (when base closed) Fax: +44 (0) 1809 501 234 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please contact the base directly if you are en-route and need further directions or have been delayed and will be arriving later than planned. For all other queries in advance of your departure call our sales team. TRAVEL INFORMATION BY ROAD Directions from the North: On the A82 travelling from the north (e.g. Inverness), approximately 3 miles(5 km) south of Invergarry, 200 metres after The Well of the Seven Heads shop, take the road on the right signposted KILFINNAN and BALMAGLASTER. Travel 1.5 miles (2.5 km) along this road, which is single track with passing places, and look down to your left. You will see ‘A’ framed wooden chalets, turn sharp left at the bottom of the hill just after the chalets crossing over a cattle grid. Pass in front of the chalets with the loch on your right, and follow the road into the boatyard car park. Directions from the South: From Fort William take the A82 towards Inverness. Continue through Spean Bridge (do not turn in at the end of Loch Lochy where the sign says Laggan Locks. This will take you in to the wrong side of the canal), and after 13 miles (20 km) you will cross a swing bridge over the canal. Take the first left, signposted KILFINNAN, BALMAGLASTER. Travel 1.5.miles (2.5 km) along this road, which is single track with passing places and look down to your left. You will see “A” framed wooden chalets, turn sharp left just after the chalets at the bottom of the hill, crossing over a cattle grid. Pass in front of the chalets with the Loch on your right, and follow the road into the boatyard car park.