Loch Ness Nature Trail

If you enjoy nature you will love the Highlands.  You will be amazed at the miles and miles of unspoilt mountains, rivers, lochs and forests.  

You will also be surprised at how much wildlife you can find.  From rabbits to deer, and otters to whales as well as seals, dolphins and plenty of birds.

Kylerhea Otter Hide

Take your binoculars and camera as well as some drinks and snacks and spend an hour or so enjoying watching otters at play on the beach - if you are lucky enough to see them.

Glen Affric Nature Reserve

Picnic spots, walks and waterfalls all in this quiet beautiful area.

Ben Nevis

You can walk to the top but it will take at least 8 hours and you need to be well prepared with suitable clothing, food and drink and a phone for emergencies.    You can also take a shorter walk and just go part way up.

RSPB Bird Hide

Take a short walk from the car park and spend a while in the hide spotting the birds on the loch and surrounding shores.

Falls of Foyers

A short walk to see the falls, stunning if there has been a lot of rain.  Longer walks in the forest if you like and it is possible to see red squirrels.

Mountain Cable Car

Take the cable car up the side of ====== to get lovely views of Fort William and the surrounding area.  You can also see Ben Nevis on a clear day.  It follows a mountain bike track and sometimes you can see riders practising or competing.

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