Discover Glen Affric, one of Scotland's most beautiful and enigmatic places. Take the route through the valley that begins between the rugged Kintail Mountains and the beautiful Loch Affric, located at the foot of the mountains of the Great Glen Valley complex.
Walk along the trails in the Kintail National Scenic Area, starting the route at the mouth of Loch Ness, in the city of Inverness, to continue to the town of Drumnadrochit, on the west bank of the lake and at the foot of Glen Urquhart.
Head to the village of Cannich and traverse the central part of Glen Affric, a national nature reserve with wild pines and one of the vestiges of the original Caledonian forest, which once covered much of Scotland.
- Explore the home of Nessie, the animal that, according to legend, inhabits Loch Ness.
- Get to know Glenshiel Hills also known as Kintail's Five Sisters.
- Know the 12th-century castle where Shakespeare placed some of Macbeth's scenes.
- You’ll find the menhir Cill Fhearchair, a vertical standing stone 1.75 m high, 2,000 years old, located in a cemetery.
- Visit Glen Affric Youth Hostel in Alltbeithe, the most remote in the Scottish Highlands.
- Visit Kirkton of Glenelg, an area of scattered houses overlooking the Isle of Skye.