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Route facts and figures


The Great Glen Way runs from Fort William (also the northern terminus of the West Highland Way) on the shore of Loch Linnhe north-eastwards, following the Great Glen, to Inverness. The map on the left shows the general location of the route, and the map on the right fills out the detail.
How long is the route?

The Great Glen Way is 79 miles/127km in length. For more detail, use the mileage chart below to work out distances between locations.
The Rangers have also written a free information sheet on suggested routes of varying days in length - see our Route Stages page for more details.