Mallaig and Morar Highland Games

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2004 Results - Dancing

The Mallaig and Morar Highland Games are a small but very popular and friendly games. The Games always attract a wonderful mixture of local people and people from all over the world including Canada, Australia, America, as well as across the U.K. and Europe. Some come to compete, others to enjoy the events, but all enjoy the stunning scenery which is the selling point of the most beautiful part of Scotland. In the last few years, the games have been held at Traigh farm, Arisaig, but in 2005 the games returned to their original venue at Morar.

Every year, the games are officially opened by the Lochaber Schools Pipe Band at 12.00.

Lochaber Schools Pipe Band opening the games in 2004


From the games field there are excellent views of Eigg and Rhum. Rhum is the largest of the Small Isles and is owned by the Scottish Natural Heritage. This beautiful, mountainous island offers much in the way of wildlife and walking.

Eigg and Rhum

Games Next Held Sunday 1st of August 2010

Anybody wishing to compete at the games only has to turn up at 12 midday to register - no prior registration necessary. Also, adults competing in the piping or dancing events must wear traditional Highland dress and any piper may be asked to play for dancers. On refusal the judges reserve the right to disqualify the competitor.