A short but splendid walk along part of the massive Caledonian Canal which runs from Fort William in the west of Scotland, to Inverness in the east.
This walk starts at Fort Augustus, at the shores of Loch Ness, and goes through to the secluded locks at Kytra.
Andrew was joined on the walk by Stephen Wiseman, Heritage Officer of the Scottish Waterways Trust and Michelle Cumming, a volunteer with the Trust.
2½ miles (4km) - one way
|1 hour - one way|
Level of difficulty
|Well maintained tow path |
- flat, no stiles
Grid NH 37800 09200
|Off leads possible - open water at the side|
|Car parks in Fort Augustus|
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