We are based in Fort William, close to the foot of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK (1344m/4409ft).
In general we cover the area of Lochaber district which takes in the small isles of the Inner Hebrides such as Rum, Muck and Canna out to the West with Knoydart, the only real wilderness area in Britain, forming our North West boundary.
From Knoydart our boundary goes east as far as the National Trust land of Creag Meagaidh midway between Fort William and Aviemore. To the South of Creag Meagaidh we take in much of Rannoch Moor, including all of Corrour estate and up to the western flanks of Ben Alder.
The Southern Border of our area is mainly delineated by the main ridge line of the Mamore hills with Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain, almost in the centre of our area.