WALKING AND CYCLING IN INVERNESS
Discover The Great Glen Way and the Cairngorms National Park; both present excellent opportunities for spectacular Scottish country walks. There is a wide variety of landscape to suit walkers’ different demands. You could take a leisurely stroll along the Caledonian Canal which opened in 1822 and if you intend to continue will take you twenty two miles cutting through four lochs to Fortwilliam.
Alternatively, the Cairngorms National Park offers many hills and Munros to challenge the most adventurous hill walkers. Scotland’s stunning scenery is world–renowned for its rugged beauty. And there is no better way of appreciating it than on the back of a bike. Scottish Highland landscapes offer all types of terrain to traverse, from idyllic cycle rides around beautiful lochs, to the most rugged mountain biking challenges. There are many mountain bike trails to suit all abilities, which can make for a perfect day out with the family.
WHAT'S ON OFFER
- Includes Scotland’s five highest mountain peaks and 43 munros
- Family friendly walks
- Area of outstanding natural beauty