Visit Scotland has appealed to visitors to book later rather than pull the plug.
The event brings some of the top endurance athletes in the world to Lochaber.
The community workshop had locals offer up recommendations with the overwhelming feeling being that nothing should be done apart from maintaining the paths and natural landscape.
People in attendance at the meeting voted unanimously against development but some residents have said that this may not be the consensus of the whole village.
VisitScotland chief executive Malcolm Roughead and regional director David Adams McGilp stopped off at Dunbeg’s Ocean Explorer Centre as part of a listening tour to the area, finding out more about what the opportunities and challenges are locally for tourism.
It will be the biggest project for the museum in its over 50 year history, and the team is hoping to make it more versatile and increase community involvement.
A joint proposal looks to add 48 units of luxury holiday accommodation to the Ballachulish waterfront, but have been met with push-back from the community.