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GPS Track Details
Track length: 19.21 km
Total ascent: 0 m
Total descent: 0 m
Difficulty Level: 3/5 - Medium
Overall rating: 6 (70 vote(s))

Way marked cycling and walking trails through Glenurquhart Forest with fine views to the hills of Strathglass and Glen Affric, Corrimony is located in nearby Glenurquhart, about five miles from Cannich along the A831 to Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness, Turning off the A831 you take the unlisted road for roughly a mile to the car park.  The Corrimony Cairn is only a few minutes walk away. The Corrimony Cairn is a passage grave of the Clava type dating from the 3rd Millenium BC. To visit the RSPB Nature Reserve you carry on past the Cairn following the waymarks.  From the carpark to Loch Comhnard and back is a round trip of about 8 miles. With so many marked Cycling routes why not stay at The Steading Highland Glen Lodge Bed and Breakfast after a good days Cycling for an over night stay, offering evening meals and a dram or two in our pub on the same site so no extra travelling from the Bed and Breakfast rooms, or make this your base to set out each day after a full Scottish Breakfast to start you on your way, with a packed lunch prepperd for you From the Steading you can head into the hills or follow the road routes. On the way to Drumnadrochit there are great views of the little white church sitting on the banks of Loch Meiklie, Saint Ninian Episcopal Church, The Scottish Episcopal Church is part of the world-wide Anglican Communion, which includes the Episcopal Churches of Commonwealth countries, the American Episcopal Church and the Anglican Churches of England, Ireland and Wales. Through the Porvoo Agreement, we are also in communion with the Scandinavian Lutheran Churches welcome visitors from all Christian denominations. All are invited to share with us in all our services and in Holy Communion. Coffee is served in our coffee room following the 11.00am Sung Eucharist each Sunday. The church building is Victorian but it has ramp access, and a loop system. There is an off-road car park ( The door is always open, and there are benches and a picnic table on the Loch side paths.) Along the route you will pass through the village of Bailnain and  the picturesque 19th century village of Milton and over Drumnadrochit to Urquhart Bay and Loch Ness, home to the world famous Nessy to the Craigmonie viewpoint.

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