Sligachan (Gaelic: Sligeachan) is a small settlement on Skye, at the head of Loch Sligachan. It's just a road junction with some accommodation, often used as a base for climbing the Cuillin. The main road across Skye, A87, runs up from Broadford to Sconser (Sgonnsair) then follows the bank of the loch west to Sligachan. From there it heads north to Portree, while A863 crosses the lonely hills towards Carbost.
See Skye for connections to the Scottish mainland and to the Western Isles (Outer Hebrides). Most visitors arrive by car along A87.
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