The Loch Ness 360 is as the title suggests, a round trip around the great loch. While we can’t guarantee that you’ll see the mysterious monster on your trip round. You can be sure of an excellent trail that is suitable for both walkers and cyclists.
The route comes out at 77 and a half miles, tracing the entire circumference. Along the way you’ll be greeted by awe inspiring scenery. Particular points of interest include the magnificent Falls of Foyers, a picturesque waterfall that feeds into the loch. As well as a couple of historic castles just waiting to be explored. As the trail is circular you’ve got the choice of starting anywhere along the 80 or so miles, most choose to start and end in Inverness. The capital of the highlands can offer a warm bed in a hostel and plenty of places to eat and drink.
All things considered the Loch Ness 360 is a route suitable for those with a passion for walking in the wonder of the highlands taking the fresh air as they go.