Explore the Loch Ness 360° Trail

This stunning walking and cycling trail combines the South Loch Ness Trail with the Great Glen Way, to create a circular route around Scotland’s most famous loch. The route starts in Inverness and then passes through Aldourie, Dores, Foyers, Fort Augustus, Drumnadrochit and many more beautiful and fascinating places around Loch Ness. Whether you walk, run or cycle the trail. Whether you choose to do the whole loop or a few sections of it. This is one of the best ways to see Loch Ness in all its glory!

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The LN360° Route Guide

A long-distance Scottish walking and cycling route

Walking or Cycling the LN360°

The Loch Ness 360° is a long-distance trail, which is split into six sections. So, you can walk the whole route, section by section. However, you may choose just one or two sections to explore. Sections 1 to 3 follow the Great Glen Way, while sections 4 to 6 follow the South Loch Ness Trail. Please see below for all six sections of the route. We recommend walking one section per day, or cycling two sections per day.

Sections 1-3 (Great Glen Way)

The first three sections of the trail follow the route of the Great Glen Way, starting in Inverness.

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Continuing the journey

Continue along the Loch Ness 360° Trail in Scotland

Sections 4-6 (South Loch Ness Trail)

The route continues along the South Loch Ness Trail, ending up back up in Inverness.

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