If you have read the rest of the posts in this series on the Glencoe Mountain Resort you will have quite rightly surmised by this point, other than the ski and snowboarding runs themselves and an onsite cafe bar, ski school and hire shop, Glencoe Mountain is not particularly well served with other amenities, and you will likely need to travel into the nearest large-ish town of Fort William to enjoy a night out.
If you are staying on the mountain itself and don’t fancy the drive into town, the mountain’s own log cabin does have a fully licensed bar, although their selection of drinks is somewhat limited.
Fort William itself is not renowned for its lively nightlife, although there are a few gems in the rough if you are prepared to hunt for them! The Capercaillie bar and nightclub on the high street in Fort William is open until 2am on Friday and Saturday nights, or if you’re looking for more of a pub environment, the Grog and Gruel Alehouse and Restaurant serves a range of cask ales and malt whiskies.
Several of the hotels in and around the town centre have bars open to non residents, with the majority of the town’s pubs and bars centred around the High Street and railway station area.