I've been wanting to go to Ardnamurchan for a while now, so when the forecast for Monday & Tuesday looked great i went and booked accommodation in Kilchoan for the Monday night. i wanted to explore the roads and beaches as the last time i went there was over 30 years ago, and we just went to the lighthouse (waypoint 11) and back. this is the route i took once i got to Corran i left the house at 6am on Monday and had a brilliant run up by Loch Tay and through Glencoe, very little traffic at that time of day so progress was made! First stop was in Glencoe for a couple of pics The next stop was at the Onich Hotel for breakfast before getting the ferry from Corran, the breakfast was self service and eat as much as you want for £9.95 which i thought was a bargain drinks and toast were included. the Onich Hotel is not far from the ferry i got there just as it was about to leave so i managed to get on just in in time (it leaves at 8.30am but there's a ferry every 30 mins so it wouldn't have been a disaster if i didn't get that one) the crossing only takes a few minutes Once across i took the main A861 for a while (which is a lovely road) but then took the B8043 a narrow but lovely Rd which continues down the coast for a while then cuts inland to join the A884 road made a little detour to see Kinochaline castle that @Vulpes told me about (waypoint 6 on the above route map), unfortunately the gates were locked i stopped off for a cold drink at the cafe beside the ferry (waypoint 7) that takes you across to Mull from there i took the B849 to the end of the road at Drimnin To be continued..