(Written by a 4x4 driver so apologies)
The A82 takes you to all kinds of places that are incredible up there, for scenery and peace and quiet and all sorts of interesting stuff. Here are a few ideas - only scratches the surface though.
If you carry on to Mallaig stop off to Arisaig and try Morar (lovely beaches). Ferry to Skye is fab - on Skye try Glen Brittle for isolated beach camping and Elgol for spectacular views. If time, get the ferry from Uig to Lochmaddy and head for the Outer Islands - there is no more beautiful place in the world.
North of Ft William, carry on to Gareloch (more wild, beautiful beaches), Ullapool (lovely fishing town), Scourie (good camping and pub) and if you keep going to Cape Wrath its spectacular.
West of Ft Bill, Ardamurchan is wild and rugged and wonderful! Ardgour is very remote - real wilderness. Mull and Iona are worth seeing but Iona might be busy in summer. If you can get out to Eigg, Canna, Rum and Muck (ferry from Mallaig or Arisaig) they are well worth seeing - isolated, pretty, friendly places. Plenty of majestic wildlife.
South of Ft Bill - Glencoe is a stunning, inspiring place, but will be busy in summer. Nip round the corner to wild Glen Etive, though even that is busy these days. Glen Nevis is nice but you cant get a bike down there. Glen Orchy is well worth a look, on the A82 - look out for the Glen Orchy Hotel, turn off for Inveroran.
East of Ft Bill there arent many roads.
Hotels worth a look in Ft Bill area - Clachaig Inn, Glencoe (bikers/climbers bar, but getting trendy now - ugh), Kingshouse Hotel, Glencoe (paradise), Lochailort Inn, on Mallaig road. Nevisport Bar in Ft Bill does good real ale.
Ill be up there at that time so if you fancy a pint give me a shout.
You wont be disappointed. I spend most of my year in the Sahara but I long for the Highlands - there is nowhere nicer.
Midges however - yes, they are b*ggers. Take a head net and bug repellant. You are going at their worst time. Dont let them spoil your trip - they can do! Esp if you are camping. Why do you think the Scots invented whisky!
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