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Inverness: Alternative Loch Ness Tour

1. Inverness: Alternative Loch Ness Tour

Leaving from Inverness, you will travel south on the A82 along the banks of the world-famous Loch Ness. Throughout your journey you will learn about this mysterious loch and all it's history. You will make a short stop for some photos, where you overlook the loch and onward to Urquhart Castle in the distance. You'll then travel on to the busy village of Drumnadrochit before turning inland and onto quieter roads. Your next stop at the ancient Corrimony Cairn allows you to guess at an ancient population that lived in these parts, uncovering some clues to their beliefs. It will then be on to the end of the road to discover what many consider to be the most "bonnie" glen in Scotland: Glen Affric. There you will take for a short walk to discover the great view, before taking an optional hike around the River Affric before heading back down the road and over to the magnificent Plodda Falls and impressive Douglas Firs. You'll explore the area through the forest before slowing things down so you can really experience the true Highlands, before returning to the picturesque village of Tomich for a lunch break. After you are watered and fed, you will progress onward following the river down Strath Glass and to the pretty village of Beauly, before returning to Inverness.

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What people are saying about Plodda Falls

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

Skip the giant tour-bus and the mad rush up and down highways trying to cover as much distance as possible. This tour takes a quieter, more local, and more personal approach that for me was just perfect. Jamie's tour feels just like visiting a friend in the Highlands who wants to take you to their favourite local places. You take the small, local roads that wind through this beautiful part of the world and feel like you can truly see what it's like to live there. The walks on offer are incredibly peaceful and scenic. I visited in early Spring with snow still on the ground and it was just gorgeous, but I'd imagine every season would bring it's own charm. Highly recommended!