d friends, or your family & friends. Below we've put together a handy selection of walks you can enjoy, each with weblinks to further information, no excuse not to dig out those walking boots....At the back of the campsite is a wooded path which leads you directly onto the Great Glen Way, for handy on-site dog walking, but also within the local area, there are many lovely walks to do, whether you do them with your four-legge
Short stroll on the Great Glen Way
From the back of the campsite and through the woods you can take a short (20 minute) stroll by turning right at the top of the wooded path on to the forestry track to reach this view.
We are situated between the Invermoriston - Fort Augustus stage of the Great Glen Way
Longer stroll on the Great Glen Way
If you wanted to take a longer stroll on the Great Glen Way, this (45 minute) walk would take you to this viewpoint. Once you've walked through the woods at the back of the campsite and reached the forestry track turn left.
We are situated on the Invermoriston - Fort Augustus stage of the Great Glen Way
Allt Na Criche
Again this is the same stage of the Great Glen Way, if you turn left onto the forestry track from the wooded path at the back of the campsite, and follow this track it will eventually lead you to Allt Na Criche and further on into the village of Fort Augustus ( a total 4 mile walk) each way.
River Oich Walk
A beautiful walk through the woods in Fort Augustus, one of our's and our dog's personal favourites
You can walk down either side of the canal, great for some boat watching or to enjoy the mountain views. If you were to follow this you would end up at Loch Oich
The Dundreggan Estate - owned by Trees for Life is a (12 minute drive from us) and has three short waymarked walks which are combined to make this route - visiting a waterfall, regenerating woodland and an optional climb to the moorland for superb views over Glen Moriston.
Urqhart Bay Woods
A short stroll through fine alder woodland leads to a peaceful spot on the shores of Loch Ness, seemingly far from the busy tourist hub of Drumnadrochit. Having done this one ourselves, you do have to cross a river to reach the Loch Shore, sometimes this is passable in Wellies, other times not. It is still a lovely walk regardless...and a drive-able distance of 14 miles by car from us
Falls of Foyers
On the south side of the Loch is where you will find the walk that takes you to the Falls of Foyers and down to the Loch shore. Where you will find a car park and the start of the walk. It is a (32 minute) 17.5 mile drive from us
You can park in the small canal car park at the Bridge of Oich. Cross over the road, walk along over the swing bridge and follow the path down to the Loch shore which then also leads onto a cycle/walking track that is easily accessible from there. It is Stage 5 of the weblink