As the saying goes in Scotland, you can take the high road or low road today! Both of which have far-reaching views across Loch Ness. Although the higher route is no longer, it does add more ascent but on a fine, clear day, the effort is definitely worth it. On the high route, there are even some excellent shelter spots to pull out your picnic and enjoy views across to the peak of Beinn a’Bhacaidh and Loch Ness. Arriving into Invermoriston, you can see the early 19th-century double-arched bridge, which spans the dark and moody River Moriston falls.
Ascent: 450m or 200m
Descent: 420m or 150
Meals included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Glenmoriston Arms
This traditional style inn provides contemporary en-suite rooms, a comfortable lounge area to read and relax and a popular restaurant serving classic Scottish dishes. The bar is well stocked with single malts and locally brewed beers and there is always a recommended ‘Malt of the Month’ to try before bed!