The Corran Ferry sails across Loch Linnhe at the Corran Narrows, nine miles south of Fort William, to glorious Ardgour. The Corran Ferry is the gateway to the Ardnamurchan Peninsula via the village of Strontian. The crossing only takes 10 minutes with the service running continually throughout the day. For details of the timetabled crossing click here

The ferry crosses Loch Linnhe, some eight miles south of Fort William at the Corran Narrows. The route of the ferry lies on one of the ancient drove routes to Central Scotland and its cattle markets from the Hebrides. The eastern slipway (Fort William side) is known as Nether Lochaber. The western side of the crossing is guarded by the the Corran Lighthouse. It is also the location of the Inn at Ardgour, conveniently placed immediately above the ferry slipway.