The Great Glen Way
One of Scotland's most renowned long-distance trails, The Great Glen Way takes walkers and cyclists along 79 miles of diverse and varying terrain from Fort William to Inverness - passing through Glenmoriston, with Invermoriston being one of the traditional overnight stopping points. Rather uniquely, there is also a waterborne version of the trail which enables the trail to be enjoyed by a variety of floating craft including boats, kayaks, canoes and even paddleboards, albeit by a slightly different route along the beautiful Caledonian Canal and the three lochs that make up The Great Glen, including the most famous, and infamous, of them all, Loch Ness!
There is already a huge amount of information regarding The Great Glen Way available online, some of the most useful and / or most interesting of these (in our opinion - if you know better then let us know) are listed below to help with planning your very own GGW adventure!
For those who intend to stop overnight in Invermoriston whilst following the trail please feel free to check out our comprehensive accommodation page for details of places to stay. For everyone else who is passing through while trekking, cycling or sailing The Great Glen Way, please check out the other pages on our Visitor Information Tab for details of places to eat and things to see and do during your brief visit through Glenmoriston.