Ruddyglow Park is not difficult to reach; located less than 100 miles North West of Inverness. Whether you chose to hire a car or use public transport, the drive up, through the spectacular scenery will delight and inspire you. However once you go through Ullapool, and reach Sutherland, you will really be in the most beautifully scenic area in the whole of Scotland. Majestic mountains rise up to touch the sky giving you the feeling that they have been there since the dawn of time and will remain so for eternity. The drama of the highlands is awe inspiring.
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Ruddyglow Park is only 2 hours and less than 100 miles from Inverness airport. Leave Inverness and follow the signs for Ullapool (A832 and A835) and Lochinver (A837). You will come to a T-Junction (Ledmore) turn left onto the A837 and follow the road for about 17K until you see a large white sign with a stag on it. If using SAT NAV please be aware that it will take you about 2 miles further west than you need to go.
To make the most of your time in the highlands a car is invaluable. All the major hire companies operate from Inverness airport of from the Inverness itself.
You can use our direction finder opposite to calculate your own route to Ruddyglow Park
There is a new white sign with a stags head on it but this will give you an idea of what the road is like!
Scotrail provides an excellent train service
and nightly sleeper service (with accommodation) from London to Inverness
Throughout the summer there is a service from Ullapool to Inverness and a limited service between Ullapool and Lochinver with BDA Coach Travel and Citylink