Inverness Walks

The Inverness Area has a wealth of opportunities for Leisure and Walking. Not just in the city centre with its historic trail or along the river Ness to Ness Islands, but in the surrounding area as well. Plodda falls is well worth a visit, you will find the Munlochy Clootie Well intriguing and the bird life at Merkinch Nature Reserve capitivating.

Ness Island Walk

Ness Island Walk

A short easy walk from Inverness city Centre, along the River Ness, to Ness Islands and back. A great way to see more of Inverness. Highly recommended

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Inverness Historic Trail

Inverness Historic Trail

Trail guides you through Inverness's New and Old Towns where you will find fascinating buildings and an abundance of shops and restaurants to enjoy.

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Plodda Falls

Plodda Falls

One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Scotland, a hidden gem - a sheer drop of over 100 feet (30m) in the spectacular forest surroundings, a must!

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Caledonian Canal and Canal Walks

Caledonian Canal and Canal Walks

The Caledonian Canal offers a number of superb walks, from the 73 mile Great Glen Way to short walks from Inverness City Centre.

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Munlochy Clootie Well

Munlochy Clootie Well

Clootie wells are found in Scotland and Ireland, in pre-Christian times a goddess or nature spirit was said to inhabit the well, with healing powers.

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South Loch Ness walk and cycle trail

South Loch Ness walk and cycle trail

28 mile purpose built walkers and cyclists trail, from Fort Augustus at the southern end of Loch Ness to Inverness at the northern end of the Loch.

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New Era Cruises

New Era Cruises

Eco-friendly boat trips on the Beauly Firth from North Kessock. Fine scenery plus a good chance to see dolphins and other wildlife

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