Most people will travel to Kylerhea by car from the mainland via the bridge or the Armadale ferry. For a short, cheaper ferry crossing during the summer, try the ferry from Glenelg on the mainland direct to Kylerhea.
Skye Bridge route The most accessible 'all year round' route is via the Skye Bridge which crosses from Kyle of Lochalsh to near Kyleakin. Head towards Broadford before turning left off the main road 3 miles after the bridge (signposted Kylerhea). Travel seven miles along a single track road with 'passing-places' to Kylerhea. Turn sharp right at the post box and continue on down the lane until number 6, turning left through the gateway and down to the croft house at the sea edge.
Armadale / Mallaig ferry route
Travelling from the mainland via the Caledonian McBrae ferry to Armadale, carry on north toward Broadford. At the junction with the main road turn right toward the Skye bridge / Kyleakin. Turn right at signpost for Kylerhea.
Glenelg - Kylerhea ferry (summer only)
At Shiel Bridge on the Scottish mainland turn left onto road to Glenelg. Watch for signs indicating whether the ferry is running. Continue along this scenic route to the ferry landing at Glenelg (approx. 12 miles). The ferry takes you directly to Kylerhea.