Meet the wild, unspoilt and uninterrupted side of Loch Ness. This trail forms part of the circular route around Loch Ness, the Loch Ness 360° Trail, connecting to the Great Glen Way. The South Loch Ness Trail meanders its way along the south side of Loch Ness on a mixture of minor roads, forest tracks and purpose-built trail. The 58 km trail starts in Fort Augustus and passes through Whitebridge, The Falls of Foyers, Inverfarigaig, Dores and eventually Torbreck near Inverness.
Length: 25 km
Walk time: 6 hours
Section One of the trail begins at Fort Augustus and takes you to Foyers, through moorland, forest and open spaces.
You’ll find full instructions on how to walk from Fort Augustus to Foyers on the WalkHighlands website.
Length: 17 km
Walk time: 4 hours
Section Three is the final stage, taking you back to Torbreck, with the option to continue on to Inverness.
You’ll find full instructions on how to walk from Dores to Torbreck on the WalkHighlands website.