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Muir of Ord Routes & Tracks

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Exploring the natural splendour of Muir of Ord and the surrounding Scottish Highlands is made easy thanks to the abundance of hiking trails and roads that wind through the region. In the event that you are interested in hiking, cycling, or driving, the following paths and trails are some of the most highly suggested options in and near Muir of Ord.

  • Muir of Ord Latitude 57.5184° N Longitude -4.4611° W
  • Muir of Ord Postcode IV6
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Routes for Hiking:

Ord Hill Circular Walk: This is a short and pleasant walk that takes you up Ord Hill, which overlooks Muir of Ord and offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The trail begins at the base of Ord Hill and travels clockwise around the hill.

Glen Affric: If you want a walk that will test your abilities, you should go to Glen Affric. It is a lovely glen that features a multitude of hiking trails of varying degrees of difficulty. There are a few popular routes, including the Dog Falls Trail and the Plodda Falls Trail.

This is a linear walking route that follows the ancient railway line from Strathpeffer to Dingwall. It connects the two towns of Strathpeffer and Dingwall. The trek is not too difficult and offers some beautiful vistas of the surrounding area.

Routes for Cyclists:

Cycling on the Black Isle The Black Isle, which is located not too far from Muir of Ord, is home to some fantastic chances for cyclists. The peninsula can be discovered via a variety of beautiful driving routes, one of which is the Black Isle Circular Route.

Great Glen Way: The Great Glen Way is a long-distance cycling path that stretches from Fort William to Inverness. It is not in the near neighbourhood of Muir of Ord, but it does go from Fort William to Inverness. A bike across the beautiful scenery might begin at Inverness, where the track begins.

Muir of Ord to Beauly is a reasonably short cycling route that will take you to the picturesque village of Beauly from Muir of Ord. The journey takes you through the beautiful countryside of the Highlands.

Drives With a View:

Muir of Ord is an excellent launching place for the North Coast 500 (NC500), which is one of the most well-known highways in all of Scotland. This loop of over 500 miles will take you through some of the most breathtaking scenery the Highlands have to offer, including mountain vistas, coastal views, and quaint little towns.

Take a magnificent drive around the shores of Loch Ness and stop at significant spots of interest along the way, such as Urquhart Castle and Dores Beach. This journey is known as the Loch Ness Drive.

Explore the Black Isle by automobile on this tour, travelling along the coastline and stopping at sights such as Chanonry Point, where dolphins are frequently spotted.

Glen Strathfarrar is a glen that is not very well-known, but it is one of the most beautiful glens in the area, and you may get there via a private road. The region is well-known for its untouched wilderness, making it an excellent choice for a relaxing trip.

Head west on the A832 to reach Gairloch, where you will get the chance to take in breathtaking vistas of the coast as well as explore the quaint and charming community of Gairloch.

Be sure to examine the area maps, the condition of the trails, and any applicable safety requirements before engaging in any kind of outdoor activity. It's possible that certain routes are better suited than others, depending on the time of year and the current climate. When venturing into the Scottish Highlands, you should at all times be well-equipped with the necessary gear and supplies.

Please note: Please check prior to your activity that starting point has public parking areas or can be accessed using public transport.

DISCLAIMER: The information given on the stay4you has been provided in good faith, it is intended only as a general guide. We advise you to verify the accuracy of information before relying on it. It is the responsibility of individuals to approach outdoor activities such as walking with caution. Walking can be strenuous and individuals should ensure that they are fit enough before embarking upon it. If in doubt consult a doctor.

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