It is the second biggest settlement in the Good countries of Scotland with around 10,000 occupants – and the biggest town: just the city of Inverness is bigger.
Post William is a noteworthy traveler focus, with Glen Coe just toward the south, Aonach Mòr toward the east and Glenfinnan toward the west, making progress toward the Isles. It is middle for slope strolling and moving because of its vicinity to Ben Nevis and numerous other Munro mountains.
It is likewise known for its close-by downhill mountain bicycle track. It is the beginning/end of both the West Good country Way and the Incomparable Glen Way. Around 726 individuals 7.33% of the populace can speak Gaelic.