Assynt Community Links

Assynt is well served for angling, accommodation, food and drink and local history - and there is masses of information online. This page provides you with links to some of the key organisations.

Discover Assynt
Discover Assynt is the place to go to get infromation about where to stay, where to eat,local shops and services, what's on, local history and much more. A must for the Assynt visitor.

Assynt Development Trust

The Assynt Development Trust, formely Assynt Community Association, is a community organisation helping to improve the local area for local people - have a look to see what they do. ADT have also help fund this webiste.

Assynt Foundation
The Assynt Foundation is a community owned organisation with charitable status that owns the 40,000 acre Glencanisp estate. The website has lots of information about their work and developments. The AF’s fishing is sold as part of the Assynt Angling Group.

Culag Community Woodland Trust

The  Culag Community Woodland Trust is a local charity organisation that manages the Culag Wood in Lochinver under a 50 year lease and owns the 3,000 acre Little Assynt Estate. The Culag Wood includes a scultpure trail and heron project; and the Little Assynt Estate includes all ability paths to two lochs.

Historic Assynt

Historic Assynt have been responsible for extensive restoration and renovation work to some of the area’s main historical buildings - including Ardvrek Castle, Calda House and the Clachtoll Broch.

Assynt Leisure Centre

Assynt Leisure run the leisure centre in Lochinver, situated behind the Culag Hotel near the harbour. It has lots of activities on and very helpful staff.

John Muir Trust
The John Muir Trust own the 9,000 Quinag estate, including mountain range.

Latest comments
7 months ago
Anonymous said
Hi Ewan There aren't any online permits. However, if you ring the permit sellers they may be able to do something (no promises...
7 months ago
Ewan said
Hi I do a lot of cycling with the MTB in the hills and tracks & usually take a fly rod with me for a half hour or hour...
7 months ago
Tim Wilson said
Usually visit and fish in September but May this time proved more challenging.. Fished loch Beanoch from the boat. Caught...
Really enjoyable walk into the Bone Cave area with views all around - worth stopping every so often just to appreciate how...
8 months ago
admin said
Hi, Just to confirm this loch and the ones nearby are part of the Assynt Foundation's land and as such they fall under the...