Six miles along the A863 to Dunvegan from Sligachan is a turning left to Portnalong, Carbost and the Talisker Distillery (B8009), which soon leads to the entrance to Glen Brittle. The road down Glen Brittle affords great views of the western side of the imposing Black Cuillins, until it ends at the campsite and shore at the foot of the glen. From Glen Brittle there are numerous paths leading up to the corries of the Black Cuillins. There are many alternative options for those wishing to continue up to the upper corries or to the Main Ridge. One of the finest of the Cuillin corries is Coire Lagan. This walk starts from the beach at Glen Brittle village and takes you up to the lochan in the upper coire, with Sgurr Alasdair, the most difficult of the Munros, towering overhead. A fine Cuillin sampler is the short walk to the spectacular Eas Mor waterfall.
There are 2 daily buses from Portree to Glen Brittle Mon-Sat during the summer only. Otherwise, take the Portree-Carbost-Fiscavaig bus, which leaves twice Mon-Fri and once on Sat, and get off at the turn-off, then walk the remaining 7 miles, or hitch, though it can be slow.
Glen Brittle Hotels & Accommodation
Apart from the campsite by the shore, Tel. 640404, the only accommodation is at the SYHA Hostel, Tel. +44 (0)1471 640278, in the village. It's open mid-Mar to end of Oct and has 39 beds.