Lochcarron Highland Games 2016
(Our 38th Year)
Saturday 16th July at Attadale
11:30 a.m. till 5:00 p.m
ENTRANCE: ADULTS - £7 OAP - £3 CHILDREN - £3 FREE CAR PARKING
Welcome to the internet home of the Lochcarron Highland Games. "The Friendly Games" held in beautiful Wester Ross in the North West Highlands of Scotland.
Lochcarron Highland Games feature the traditional mixture of heavy events, track and field plus highland dancing and piping displays (these are not competitions).
The 2015 Games suffered from overcast to full on downpours of rain but given the weather were well attended. Scouts from Belgium, France and Germany attended as did many visiting the area. We thank them for joining us for the day.
The Games Committee are very grateful to the Macpherson Family who have kindly allowed us to use their ground at Attadale Estate.
Thank you for visiting this site - we hope it gives you a flavour of our 'friendly games' and look forward to see you at the 2016 games and wish everyone (participants and spectators alike) an enjoyable afternoon out.
These games are run under the rules of the Scottish Highland Games Association, the official body that controls all heavy events. We receive NO public money and cover all our expenses with the help of our generous sponsors both large and small.
Kishorn Port Ltd (KPL) are our headline sponsor for the 2016 games
We are pleased to announce that the Scottish Salmon Company will not only provide salmon on the day and manpower during the build up but have also generously agreed to provide all the prize money for the heavy field events at the 2016 Lochcarron Highland Games.
If you would like to join us in sponsoring the games please contact us here
Gardens open on the day of the games
Entry to the garden is free on they of the games. Why not enjoy both the excitement of the games and the tranquility of the gardens on the same day.
We support the local community with grants, since November 2013 we have given £6300 to community
Photos from the wet 2015 games by Peter Barr
© Lochcarron Highland Games Association 2016