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Stumbled on the car park at south kessock by accident looking for a dry dog walk. The lovely track alongside the firth to the canal basin is a smashing walk that takes about a good half hour brisk walking. It’s just lovely and a great...More
This nature reserve is located at approx. 20 min. walk from the center of Inverness, on the north-west of the city near the harbour. There is a path leading sometimes within the reserve and sometimes along its border. It is possible to see various types...More
About two mile walk or a short bus ride, this beautiful but blustery nature preserve at the confluence of the ness, the beauly and moray firths is a small preserve. We walked it and connected to the Calendonian canal (involves live train track crossing for...More
We spent a lovely morning here on a recent visit to Inverness. The park is not big, but has a variety of habitats and as it right on the coast, it is constantly changing due to the tides. Parts are easily accessible for wheelchair. Although...More