There is a number of walking trails around Loch Ness and Inverness that cater for all abilities, from challenging hill walks and long distance hikes along the Great Glen Way, the Affric Kintail Way and the South Loch Ness Trail. The Loch Ness 360° trail is brand new and fantastic fun. There are also mane things to do in Inverness to keep you active. Why not try some accessible riverside walks in the heart of Inverness city that are suitable for anyone and everyone? Don’t forget your bikes (or hire them here)! They are a wonderful way to explore the Great Glen trails, villages, forests and the Caledonian Canal.
Try your hand at sailing or canoeing on Loch Ness or the Caledonian Canal, or enjoy a day of paddle boarding or gorge adventures! Looking for something a little more sedate? We have some excellent Scottish Fishing. Spend a relaxing day out on the water fishing for salmon, trout, sea-trout, char or pike.
If you’re feeling more energetic, there are plenty of adventure sports and outdoor activities in Loch Ness and Inverness on offer – off-road quads, mountain biking, windsurfing, paragliding and skiing on the Nevis and Cairngorms Ranges. When it is raining why not spend a day at Inverness Ice Centre and try your hand at skating or curling. Remember, Scotland is the home of golf, so don’t forget to pack your clubs for a round of golf during your stay – we can accommodate you with a different course for every day of your holiday.
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