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Falls of Foyers

Foyers, South Loch Ness, IV2 6XY

The spectacular Falls of Foyers are a must-see on the South Side of Loch Ness.

Walk Route: Circular walk from Foyers

  • Access: Steep path with steps.
  • Duration: 1 - 2 hours
  • Miles: 3
St Ninian's

Glen Urquhart, by Inverness, IV63 6TN

In a beautiful setting on the shore of Loch Meiklie, St. Ninian’s, built in 1853, has an Early Christian cross slab and Celtic design carpets.

Corrimony Chambered Cairn

Glenurquhart, Inverness-shire, IV63 6TW

An excavated passage grave of probable Bronze Age date, defined by a stone kerb and surrounded by a circle of 11 standing stones.

Inverness Cathedral

15 Ardross Street, Inverness, IV3 5NS

Inverness Cathedral is the northernmost cathedral in mainland Britain. The cathedral is close to the River Ness and is open to visitors.

Corrieyairack Pass

Laggan, PH20

The Corrieyairack Pass, part of General Wade's military road, is a 770m high pass from Laggan to Fort Augustus.

Walk Route: From Laggan to Fort Augustus

  • Access: Experienced walkers only
  • Duration: 10-12 hours
  • Miles: 25
Clava Viaduct

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Culloden Moor, Inverness-shire, IV2 5EJ

The Clava Viaduct spans the River Nairn near Clava, about 6 miles from Inverness. It is the longest masonry railway viaduct in Scotland.

Reelig Glen

Moniack, near Beauly, IV5 7PR

Reelig Glen is a narrow, steep-sided gorge, cut by the rushing waters of the Moniack.

Dog Falls

Glen Affric, near Cannich, IV4 7LN

Explore the rapids and still, dark pools of Dog Falls, picnic beneath the pine trees by Coire Loch, or climb to a fine view of Glen Affric.

Beauly Priory

Beauly, Inverness-shire, IV4 7BX

The ruined church of a Valliscaulian priory, one of three founded in 1230.


near Inverarnie, Inverness-shire, IV2 6XH

The small forest at Littlemill hides dramatic features that tell of a landscape very different from today's peaceful glen. The ridges and lochans are leftovers from the Ice Age, formed when glaciers ground their way across the land.

Walk Route: Circular route from Littlemill car park

  • Access: Earth and grass paths, some steep slopes
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Miles: 2

Glenurquhart, IV63 6TW

Set in stunning moorland and Caledonian forest, this beautiful reserve is a treasure trove for anyone who loves birds.

Culloden Battlefield

VisitScotland 5 Star Visitor Attraction

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Culloden Battlefield, Culloden Moor, Inverness , IV2 5EU

Visiting Culloden the last hand-to-hand battle fought on British soil takes on a whole new meaning with the opening of an exciting new visitor centre and interactive exhibition.


Abriachan Forest, Abriachan, Inverness, IV3 8LB

An excellent woodland and moorland walk using trails laid out by the Abriachan Forest Community Trust. Good views and a great many things to see.

Walk Route: Circular walk from Abriachan

  • Access: Good quality paths throughout.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 6
Farigaig Forest

South Loch Ness, IV2 6XR

Take to the trails at Farigaig to spot colourful wildflowers, butterflies and red squirrels, and for impressive views over Loch Ness.

Plodda Falls

Plodda, Glen Affric, Inverness-shire, IV4 7LY

Plodda Falls soak the forest at their base in a fine mist as they plunge over drop of 151 feet (46 metres). They’re one of the most thrilling waterfalls in Scotland.

Boleskine Graveyard

Boleskine, South Loch Ness, IV2 6XT

Boleskine burial ground is one of the most famous landmarks on the South Side of Loch Ness - discover its fascinating history!


Ardersier, near Inverness, IV2 7QU

From the historic coastal village of Ardersier follow the shore path to Fort George, where you can visit the Fort and Highlanders' Museum.

Walk Route: Shore path from Ardersier to Fort George

  • Access: Level path
  • Duration: 30 mins - 1 hour
  • Miles: 2
Loch Ruthven

Croachy, Inverness-shire, IV2 6UB

This beautiful, tranquil Loch is the best place to see the rare Slavonian Grebe.

Abertarff House

Church Street, Inverness, IV1 1EU

Abertarff House is the oldest building in Inverness and dates from 1593.

Meall Fuar-mhonaidh

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Drumnadrochit, Inverness, IV63 6XH

Meall Fuar-mhonaidh is the most prominent summit around Loch Ness. Enjoy spectacular views from the top!

Walk Route: Follow signposts from Bunloit car park

  • Access: Clear path, steep and can be boggy
  • Duration: 3-5 hours
  • Miles: 6
Daviot Wood

Picnic Area (A9), Daviot Wood, Inverness, IV2 5XL

Daviot Wood is a great place to relax that's just on the doorstep of Inverness. The paths here are wide and level, so they're ideal for family cycling or mobility scooters.

Walk Route: Circular walk from Visitor Information Centre car park.

  • Access: Firm, wide track, some steep sections.
  • Duration: 1.5 hours
  • Miles: 3
Knocknagael Boar Stone

Highland Council Offices, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX

The Knocknagael Boar Stone is a roughly shaped slab containing Pictish art, dating to between the fifth and eighth centuries.

Invermoriston Bridge

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Invermoriston, Invermoriston, Inverness-shire, IV63

Invermoriston's Thomas Telford bridge crosses the spectacular River Moriston falls. A great spot to see salmon leaping.

Fort George

VisitScotland 4 Star Visitor AttractionGreen Tourism Gold Award

Ardersier, Inverness-shire, IV2 7TD

March into Britain’s mightiest artillery fortress for an unforgettable experience.