South Loch Ness yesterday, looking west down the loch and the Great Glen. · · We had a lovely visit with Glenda and picked up a glorious load of Icelandic wool. · · Followed by a picnic on the shores of Loch Ness and a walk to burn off some excess energy. No sign of Nessie but another holiday day well spent! · · Do you believe in the Loch Ness Monster? I don't think my children do really but they're reluctant to let go of the idea, so there's always a lot of discussion and keeping an eye out! · · I do hope you're having the chance to enjoy some outdoor time and fresh air this summer too.
The Inverness Area has a wealth of opportunities for Leisure and Walking. Not just city centre with its historic trail or along the River Ness, but in the surrounding area as well. Photo credit: Ardgarry Holiday House
Inverness offers a huge choice of things to do from ancient castles, highland clans, the Caledonian Canal, museums, 4k year old burial cairns to LochNess and the world famous monster. Do you believe that it exists?