Discover Loch Ness
The beautiful village of Drumnadrochit, 15 miles south of Inverness is home to the World Famous Loch Ness Exhibition Centre. The Exhibition itself has been written, designed and narrated by well known scientist and foremost authority on the subject, Adrian Shine. With 7 themed chambers the Loch Ness Exhibition keeps alive the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster but seeks to give visitors the opportunity to learn about the Loch, its extraordinary depth and its geological significance. The Loch forms part of the Great Glen and the Caledonian Canal.
Things to do in Loch Ness
Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition
Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition Experience features a hi-tech multi-media presentation revealing the unique environment of Loch Ness
Landmark Forest Theme Park
Landmark Forest Theme Park has many fun and educational attractions set in 30 acres of ancient pine forest
Loch Insh Watersports
Loch Insh Watersports is ideally situated as a base for all year round outdoor activities
Craigellachie is one of the suite of Cairngorms National Nature Reserves and lies within Cairngorms National Park.
West Affric is situated on the eastern border of two other estates - Kintail and Glomach. It includes part of the old Skye to Dingwall carriageway, which is now a popular long-distance walk in the Highlands. This route is filled with secluded paths, which provide access across the glen and into the mountains. The National Trust for Scotland runs its maintenance.
Ben Wyvis (Munro)
Ben Wyvis meaning "Hill of Terror," is a mountain in Easter Ross, northwest of Dingwall, in northern Scotland. It is in the Highland region and the county of Ross and Cromarty. The hill is prominent in the views of the area, presenting a whale's back shape above the farmland of Strathconon. Geologically, the ridge is composed of Moine pelitic gneiss.