Open March to November
Available for exclusive hire November to February. If you would like exclusive use of the hostel during the main season please contact us for more information.
Tel: 01445 791 284
Reception Opening Times: 7.30-10.00am and 5.00-10.30pm.
Hostel opening times: To allow access for cleaning daytime access to the Youth Hostel between 10.30am and 2.30pm is not available. During that time, an entrance lobby with access to a toilet and luggage store for early arrivals is available.
Please note that we do not accept stag or hen parties at any of our hostels.
Food and Drink
Continental breakfast & packed lunches are usually available and there is a small shop at the hostel, selling snacks, drinks, maps and some groceries.
We also offer a great range of evening meals including our popular Curry Club.
These meals are self cater style and quick to prepare.
About Torridon Youth Hostel
The hostel is purpose built and opened in 1975. It offers a spacious layout, comprised of a large self catering kitchen and dining room. There are two panoramic lounges with great views of the mountains, one lounge has a TV and the other is a 'quiet room'. There is a drying room (with dehumidifier) and laundry for guest use. Bedrooms are comfortably sized with Twin, Triple, Quad or Five bedded private rooms usually available. None of our bedrooms are en-suite although some have sinks. Beds are either single or bunk beds with sprung mattresses. Freshly laundered bed linen is provided. Torridon Youth Hostel is great for families, individuals and groups. If the type of accommodation you require is not available online please ring the hostel after 5pm.
Have a look at our Webcam
Torridon Winter Skills
Torridon Winter Skills for groups of 12+
Classic Torridon Munros
An Teallach & further Torridon Munros
Things to see and do
Torridon Walking Festival 2012
Learn more about the local Torridon area and its facilities
A world-famous garden in Northwest Scotland
Enjoy magnificent views of Skye and the surrounding hills.
Take a trip over the highest road in the country to the remote and spectacular Applecross peninsula:
Lochcarron Highland Games
This fun event for all the family takes place annual on the 3rd Saturday in July
Walking in Torridon
Torridon is known as a Mecca for hill walkers but there are great walks available too.
Pony Trekking in Gairloch
Clay pigeon shooting, climbing/abseiling, kayaking, bike hire, archery are only a few activities available at The Torridon.
Loch Torridon Centre
On a rainy day, try badminton, volleyball, short tennis or pool.
Countryside centre with AV presentation, deer museum and nearby herds of red deer. The estate is part of the National Trust for Scotland
Tel: 01445 791 368
Hebridean Whale Cruises
Opportunity to spot whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, otters; or if you are really lucky the White-tailed Eagle or lovable Puffin.
Britain's first National Nature Reserve
Tel: 01445 760254