From Fort William follow the A82 north into Spean Bridge. In this small village, immediately after crossing the River Spean, the A82 branches off to the left and rises steeply. Follow this route, still on the A82, until arriving at the Commando Memorial, above Spean Bridge.
At this point turn left ( turn right if turning off the A82 from Inverness) leaving the A82 on to the B8004. This road leads to Mucomir and Gairlochy. Two miles along the waters of Loch Lochy flow through a scenic channel, cut when the Caledonian Canal was constructed.
Passing over the channel at Mucomir, proceed along the road until crossing the Caledonian Canal
After crossing the Caledonian Canal the road to Achnacarry forks to the right, onto B8005. A small sign at the fork directs visitors towards the Clan Cameron Museum.
Within a mile or so a sign will be seen on the left: Achnacarry Steading Apartments. Drive through the gates carrying on until you come to the Museum. Carry on past the Museum and the Achnacarry Steading Apartments are ahead. Bearing left, parking is at the rear of the steading building.
There is a train station in Spean Bridge and car hire can be arranged in advance to be collected at the station. The London Euston to Fort William train ( sleeper) provides a direct route
Flights are available to and from Inverness Airport at Dalcross. Again car hire can be arranged taking the Road to Inverness and South to Fort William and turning right off the A82 on to the B004 to Achnacarry at the Commando monument and following on by road as before.