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GPS Track Details
Track length: 37.39 km
Total ascent: 0 m
Total descent: 0 m
Difficulty Level: 3/5 - Medium
Overall rating: 5 (24 vote(s))

Travel along NCN route in this fascinating cycle ride which takes you past Culloden battlefield and the historic Bronze Age Clava Cairns.

The ride starts on the River Ness at Inverness, heading east to the historic village of Culloden. You then pass the famous Culloden battlefield where the Jacobites were defeated by the British in 1746. Soon after you will come to Clava Cairns - a Bronze Age Circular chamber which is also well worth a look.

The remainder of the ride then takes you through Assich Forest and along the River Nairn to Nairn.

This exciting journey along National Cycle Route 1 will take you past the Culloden battlefield and the ancient Clava Cairns, which date back to the Bronze Age.
The trip departs from Inverness on the River Ness and travels east to the ancient settlement of Culloden. You'll then travel past Culloden, site of the infamous 1746 British victory over the Jacobites.
Clava Cairns, a circular chamber dating back to the Bronze Age, will soon come into view.
The remaining distance to Nairn is travelled via Assich Forest and along the River Nairn.

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