|Distance:||1.6 miles (2.6 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The C1160 forms a loop through the scattered settlement of Camaghael, which lies within the Fort William urban fringe. The road starts a short distance to the north west of Lochybridge, just beyond the signalised junction for the B8006, on the A830. It runs past the High School and new surgery complex, as a wide S2 route with frequent turnings in and out of the car parks. Then, as it kinks left it narrows down to single track, and the width fluctuates between true S1 and a narrow S2 from here on. There are a few scattered houses, a caravan park and some industrial premises as the road curves around, running close to the River Lochy, before it eventually reaches Banavie.
The road then takes a double bend, briefly using part of the former A830 line, before coming to an end at a staggered crossroads, again with the B8006, on the A830. The main road was realigned before the road through Caol became classified as the B8006, so the C1160 was never numbered as such. In addition to the changes at the north western end, the road originally met the other end of the B8006 at a straight crossroads as well, it was re-routed and the junctions changes around the time that the High School was built, with that building now covering part of the old road line, which can be traced in part in the school car parks.