The Great Glen Way route will take you for 127 km along trails and numerous lakes following the Caledonian Canal. This iconic route, which crosses the famous Scottish Highlands, starts from the east at Fort William, popular with climbers and walkers for its proximity to Ben Nevis, and ends at the north-west in Inverness, the northernmost city in the UK, and capital of the Highlands.
- Marvel in Neptune's Staircase, an impressive engineering structure, built in the 19th century by Thomas Telford.
- Get to know the true essence of Scotland crossing the country through the Highlands.
- Discover the legends around Nessie, the famous Loch Ness monster.
- Visit Urquhart and Inverness Castles and discover the wonderful stories they hide.