Cutting clean through Scotland’s Great Glen, from Inverness to Fort William, the Caledonian Canal is one of the great waterways of the world, offering visitors spectacular scenery and many exciting opportunities to experience this unique waterway.
The mountain scenery of the Scottish Highlands may be a surprising setting for a canal, but the Great Glen is an ancient fault line through which the Caledonian Canal runs almost directly from South West to North East. You could with tongue in cheek claim that north-west of the Caledonian Canal is an island!
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Canoe Safari's & Activities
Looking for something a little bit different? Take yourself to the water in style. Why not book yourself in for a Canoe Safariand explore the Bay of Sunken Boats. That and so, so much more…
Everything you need to know for paddling in the Highlands. The Great Glen Canoe Trail is a superb example of what adventures await outdoor enthusiasts in Inverness and Loch Ness.
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