nature and wildlife Archives - Loch Ness 360° Trail
a hiker on the Great Glen Way

Great Glen Way

Stretching 73 miles from Inverness in the east to Fort William in the west, the Great Glen Way cuts through the heart of the Highlands. It offers visitors one of the finest and most dramatic walks in the country.

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Exterior of at Camerons Tea Room

Camerons Tea Room in Foyers

One of the great joys of following the Loch Ness 360° route is you get to discover hidden gems that you might otherwise miss. One of these is Camerons Tea Room in Foyers. This is a great place to stop for a rest and some food – and you might even get to see some Scottish wildlife too!

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rutting deer

Deer Rutting Season in the Scottish Highlands

A deer rut scene is dramatic – often better than any action film you might see in the cinema! The stags’s hot breath is visible in the cold Scottish air. They rise up on their back two legs and crash down on each other’s antlers.

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Snowy mountains cocooning Loch Ness

Winter in the Highlands

If you are looking for some of the best places to visit in the winter in Inverness and Loch Ness then read on and find out more. Here we are situated in one of the most stunning areas in the world.

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Lady hiking with her dog in the highlands

Dog Walking Holidays

Looking for the perfect adventure with your dog? Look no further than the wonderful Loch Ness 360 ° trail. Dog Walking Holidays

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The Great Glen Way with Autumnal colours encompassing a river

Autumn in the Highlands

If you are looking for some of the best places to visit in the Autumn, when on the Loch Ness 360 ° Trail, then read on.

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A small tent by an old stone bridge in the Scottish Highlands

Respecting Scotland’s Nature and Animals

The Scottish Highlands can be a little strange to people visiting from a loud and hectic city. To be suddenly enveloped…

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A highland cow and reflection whilst drinking from a loch

5 Simple Tips to Stay Safe Outside Around Scottish Animals

Getting out and about in the Scottish Highlands and on the Loch Ness 360° trail is a hugely popular activity. With…

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Covid-19 Update

As of 26th April restrictions have been eased and you can now travel to Scotland from England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man and stay overnight.

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We cannot wait to welcome back visitors from outside the UK as soon it is safe to do so and in the meantime get inspired and plan your visit through exploring our website and social media channels.