A guide to 40 favourite walks around Loch Ness, Inverness, Black Isle and Glen Affric.
Loch Ness, with its legendary monster, is the most famous of all lochs. It holds more water than all the lakes of England and Wales combined and the countryside around it features an equally great variety of walks, with more waymarked trails and easy routes suitable for families than many other parts of the Highlands. Further north lies the magnificent Glen Affric - Scotland's most beautiful glen.
This is a wonderful area of the Highlands for walkers, having the highest mountains north of the Great Glen but also some splendid lower-level and forest walks. To the east is the fertile Black Isle, packed with charming villages and some fine beaches, whilst further north still is Dingwall, a gateway to the spectacular Northern Highlands.
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Abriachan, Aldourie, Allt na Criche, Am Meallan, An Ire Mhor, Avoch, Beauly, Belladrum, Black Isle, Black Rock Gorge, Black Water, Blackmuir Wood, Bridge of Oich, Caledonian Canal, Carn na Leitire, Change House, Chanonry Point, Cnoc Fyrish, Cnoc Mor, Coffin Road, Coire Loch, Contin, Craig Phadrig, Craigmonie, Cromarty, Dingwall , Dog Falls, Dores, Drumnadrochit, Dunglass Island, Easter Ross, Eathie Coast, Evanton, Fairy Glen, Falls of Divach, Falls of Foyers, Fort Augustus, Fortrose, Foyers, Fyrish Monument, Garve, Glen Affric, Great Glen Way, Inverfarigaig, Inverness, Knockfarrel, Loch Affric, Loch Duntelchaig, Loch Kinellan, Loch Laide, Macdonald Monument, Maryburgh, Meall Fuar-mhonaidh, Moniack Burn, Muir of Ord, North Kessock, Ord Hill (Muir of Ord), Ord Hill (North Kessock), Ord Wood, Ormond Castle, Phoineas Hill, Plodda Falls, Reelig Glen, River Affric, River Beauly, River Conon, River Glass,River Oich Rogie Falls, Rosemarkie, Silverbridge, South Loch Ness Trail, Strath Nairn, Strathpeffer, Swallows Den, Tomich, Torrachilty Forest, Tulloch Castle, Tweedmouth Walk, Urquhart Castle, View Rock,