Tree felling operations have begun near the dam at Loch Beinn a’ Mheadain. Although the area concerned is not on the Affric Kintail Way itself some timber lorries will be using part of the route from Cannich Village to the Dog Falls turn off (Stage 2).
We are awaiting clarification from FCS re how much activity to expect and also what warning information FCS have/will have in place.
This issue will not affect access to the AKW and we will update when we have more information.
The area concerned is shown on the attached map.
In the meantime please be aware of the situation and obey any warning signs or instructions from contractors.
Timetable for Glen Affric Bus. Please note start and stop dates. Any queries re timetable please contact Ross’s Minibuses directly.
The service operates on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only.
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The annual Highland Cross charity event takes place on Saturday June 17th. The event has raised over £4.4million over the past 34 years to help local charities.
Starting at Morvich competitors journey on foot over the AKW as far as the quarry near River Affric from where they cycle to Beauly on public roads. Walkers depart Morvich at 9am while runners & joggers start at 11.00am.
The public road from River Affric car park to Fasnakyle near Cannich will be closed from 11am till 4pm on the day of the event which will restrict access to the glen and the car parks.
For more information on the Highland Cross please visit http://www.highlandcross.co.uk/