Looking for places to visit when the weather is not at its best for Outdoor Activities? He are some suggestions of places to visit on your travels around the Geopark
DURNESS DEEP TIME – BALNAKEIL
‘Durness Deep Time’ is a new exhibition designed by Björn S Hardarson featuring local and regional geology and archaeology of the area. Located in the Balnakeil Craft Village near Durness it offers an exhibition and guided walks.
PLASTIC LAB – BALNAKEIL
PLASTIC@BAY is a community interest company aiming at tackling marine plastic pollution. The recycling and up-cycling workshop in Balnakeil Craft Village is now open to the public where you can see what has been produced and buy a souvenir to help support their work.
Elphin Tearoom offers delicious cakes, amazing coffee, a selection of teas as well as hearty soups and fresh or toasted sandwiches. Homemade cakes and soups and sandwiches freshly made to order . The tearoom also has and puzzles and quizzes to keep you occupied until the rain stops.
ANCHORAGE CAFE BAR – SCOURIE
The Anchorage Cafe Bar is located on Scourie campsite in the heart of the Geopark and offers lunches and a play area for children.
SMOO CAVE TOURS – DURNESS
Situated around a mile to the east of the town of Durness, Smoo Cave can be explored by boat or by the path from the car park on the cliffs.
COIGACH COMMUNITY HALL – ACHILTIBUIE
The Coigach Commuity Hall hosts a variety of events throughout the year and visitors are always welcome.
ASSYNT LEISURE CENTRE – LOCHINVER
The Assynt Leisure Centre in Lochinver is a community run Charity operating a sports, youth and learning centre from a multi-purpose facility. The Centre has a sports hall a fitness suite and runs a variety of leisure classes.
ROCK STOP – UNAPOOL
The Rock Stop is the Geopark’s visitor centre where you can learn about the Geology of the area and enjoy a coffee or snack. The Rock Stop also hosts a variety of events throughout the season.