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Drumnadrochit area

4 of us will be traveling to Drumnadrochit in July for 10 days.  One of us has some walking disabilities, so I'm looking for ideas on some fun/interesting things for all of us to do while we are there.  We will have a car so a bit of a drive is ok.  Any ideas?


  • HorizonsHorizons Member, VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭✭✭
    Fort Augustus is a nice place to visit which I believe is fairly accessibility friendly but am not 100% confident about that. You can take Loch Ness boat rides or follow the Great Glen waterway for a daytrip from there and the town is picturesque.

    Apart from that I can only think of Brewery / Distillery visits that are fun events (except for whoever is driving). The Black Isle brewery near Inverness makes good beer. There is a row of famous distilleries north of Inverness (Glenmorangie/Dalmore) as well.

    Also visit Glenfinnan for the views (without any climbing) & Morar for the beaches on another daytrip not too far from Drumnadrochit. Even Glencoe isnt that far off.
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  • Thanks so much for these ideas.  I will look into them.  I thought of a distillery tour however I will be the one doing the driving. :-( 
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