The Paths Around Inverness leaflet illustrated below shows the location and gives a brief description of the "Paths Around" leaflets listed below.
Paths Around Foyers
The walks in this leaflet provide nearly 16 miles of footpaths and tracks that can be joined together to form individual circular routes which offer a wide choice of scenery and distance to suit most tastes and abilities.
Paths around Abriachan
Abriachan provides several miles of paths and tracks linking the alder,oak and hazel woods managed by The Woodland Trust Scotland with birch, rowan, pine and juniper and open hill owned and managed by Abriachan Forest Trust.
Paths Around Cannich
Strathglass is situated in the heart of some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland. It is some 20 miles from Inverness and only a short distance from Loch Ness. There are a variety of paths including the Glen Affric circular and the Glen Strathfarrar cycle route.
Paths around Drumnadrochit
The paths in this leaflet allow you to walk through shaded woodland, along the riverside and to climb the sides of the glen for panoramic views. Areas worth exploring include Urquhart Castle and Divach Falls.
Paths around The Aird
These paths provide a variety of walking surfaces from road to forest trail. The many attractions including Wardlaw Mausoleum and Moniack Wineries.
Paths Around Invermoriston
Walks in this area include Sron Na Muic and Rubha Ban. A variety of events are usuallly organised through the summer months - check the noticeboard at the Village Hall (also known as The Glen Moriston Millenium Hall).
Paths around Inverness City
This leaflet highlights the framework of paths available in and around the city of Inverness. The extensive network offers approximately 100km of improved access for local communities and visitors including Riverside Walks and Historic Trails.
Paths Around Fort Augustus
The path network around Fort Augustus provides the community and visitors with an opportunity to experience the exceptional diversity of this natural landscape. Walks in this area include the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness.
Trail of the Seven Lochs
The Trail of the Seven Lochs was the vision of the South Loch Ness Access Group to identify a 50-mile sustainable loop route which would provide stunning views and varied terrain for walkers and horseriders alike and to eventually waymark it. The trail is now complete and details are available on the following link:
Highland Council Countryside Rangers run many guided walks and events throughout the year. You can view the current events programme, leaflets and brochures on the Countryside Ranger Events page.