This circular walk starting at the Dores Inn will take you along the pebble beach, where you can enjoy amazing views of Loch Ness. Follow the woodland path along the shore line to Aldourie and around Torr Point to return to the Dores Inn. A great walk to spot wildlife such as red squirrels.
Lying on the impressive 60 mile long Caledonian Canal, halfway between Inverness and Fort William, Fort Augustus offers spectacular views down Loch Ness and is a paradise for keen walkers and cyclists with many beautiful walks around the area, the most popular being the Great Glen Way.
Cawdor Castle dates from the late 14th century, built as a private fortress by the Thanes of Cawdor. An ancient medieval tower built around the legendary holly tree.
The Moray Firth is the best place in the UK to spot wild dolphins
The Baxters Loch Ness Marathon is quite possibly one of the most stunning marathons in the world. With spectacular scenery, fantastic atmosphere and a truly memorable experience – it’s no wonder it was voted in the top 10 UK marathons by Runner’s World readers in 2016 and is on the bucket list for many runners from around the world.
Visit the World’s oldest Highland Games Stadium Northern Meeting Park for the 2020 Highlands Strongest Man and Strongest Woman Championships.