Inverness and Loch Ness
Visit Scotland - The Scottish Tourist Board official website.
Walk Highlands - Fantastic website for all your walking needs in the highlands
Visit Inverness - A site with plenty of information about Inverness and the surrounding area
Discover Inverness - Our blog about how to spend your time in Inverness city centre
Visit Loch Ness - You cannot visit Inverness without a trip to the world famous Loch Ness
Loch Ness Exhibition Centre - Loch Ness exhibition - Full information and online booking
Loch Ness Cruise - Sail the legendary Loch Ness with Loch Ness by Jacobite
Nessieland - Visit for an informative and entertaining Loch Ness Presentation and discover the facts behind the mystery and legend of Loch Ness.
Urquhart Castle - Urquhart Castle is one of the most picturesque landmarks in Scotland, and an iconic sight to all those who have travelled between Fort William and Inverness.
Cawdor Castle - The magical Cawdor Castle dates back to the late 14th century. Steeped in history, visitors are still delighted by it to this day.
Culloden Battlefield - Run by the National Trust for Scotland, Culloden Battlefield and visitor centre is a must for anyone interested in history.
Fort George - Fort George is one of the most outstanding fortifications in Europe. It was built in the wake of the Battle of Culloden (1746) as an impregnable base for King George II’s army
Dolphin Discovery - See the world's most northerly population of Bottlenose Dolphins in the Moray Firth. An experience made all the more enjoyable by the stability and space of the Dolphin Discovery boat.
Ace Adventures - Outdoor adventures on the river Findhorn
Eastgrange - Many outdoor activities, pottery, restaurant and coffee shop.
Monster Activities - Based in the Great Glen, Monster activities provides a wide range of outdoor activities suitable for all ages
Kushi Adventures - Kushi Adventures is an outdoor adventure and training company offering courses and personalised adventures. Try out sailing, canoeing, gorge walking bushcraft and hill walking.
Ticket to Ride - Whether you are planning a cycle holiday or just a great day out, Ticket to ride are dedicated to giving you the quality bike hire and friendly advice you need to enjoy your trip - they will also deliver the bikes to our base before your hire so they are ready with your hire vehicle.
Lochness Brewery - Something for the adults
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Picked up the van on Tuesday, headed straight to Skye, weather was kind and bagged a Cuillan on Wednesday. Fort William's next - van was such a perfect base in Glen Nevis. Thanks.