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Invergarry Link

The Invergarry Link offers an alternative route for people wishing to travel between Kilfinnan (by Laggan Locks) and Aberchalder. The Link is more varied in terms of path surface and gradient than the path on the other side of Loch Oich, and is very scenic with excellent views over the loch. The link is 8.4 miles (13.6km) long, is waymarked and is illustrated on commercial maps available online.

Invergarry link map

The northern end of the link is at Oich Bridge, Aberchalder and the southern end is over the Laggan Swing Bridge, near the Kilfinnan road end. The path winds along forest tracks on the northern side of Loch Oich, passing through the scenic village of Invergarry. It gives great views of Loch Oich, Glengarry, Ben Tee and the Loch Lochy Munros.

A variety of accommodation, hotel restaurants, a post office, petrol station and general store (on A82) are available if you choose to rest here overnight.

Please note that charities use the Invergarry Link throughout the year for a variety of large outdoor events.

Look for the blue signs with maps to show how to follow the link when on the route.