|Track length:||61.27 km|
|Total ascent:||509 m|
|Total descent:||496 m|
|Difficulty Level:||3/5 - Medium|
From Cannich, take the A831 to Milton, then the A833 to Beauly, where you will find a secret glen just a short distance from Inverness, the Highlands' capital; the word glen comes from the Gaelic and means a steep-sided valley; the River Beauly is formed by its tributaries, Affric, Cannich, Glass, and Farrar; once over the bridge into Beauly, you will find a small town with
Take the A862 to Urray from Bauly.
It is also a parish in the district of Wester Ross and Cromarty, consisting of the parishes of Carnoch and Kinlochlychart, with the ancient parish of Kilchrist and a tiny cluster of houses at Aultgowrie. It is also a parish in the district of Wester Ross and Cromarty, consisting of the parishes of Carnoch and Kinlochlychart, with the ancient parish of Kilchrist and tiny cluster of houses at Aultgowrie
The Orrin Dam is located in a rugged and seldom frequented ravine between Strathfarrar and Strathconnon, with far vistas to the west of distant Munros. The River Orrin is located 20 miles north of Inverness, near to meadows and pastures, with hills in the background.
The route from Urray B832 to Mary Bank is B832.
Then take the A832 to Moy Bridge, which spans the Connon River.
Following that, follow the A834 to Contin.
The surrounding area has a long history of battles. Surrounded by miles of moorland and impressive peaks, a Highland wilderness and forestry areas where you can go off the beaten path amid some of the most impressive waterfalls on the Black Water river near Contin, the salmon ladder at the side of the falls, especially visible in August and September, Ben Wyvis is visible for miles around. In ideal weather, the climb from the Ben Wyvis Car Park on the A835 is an easy 9-mile round trip with 3200 feet of gain.
Take the A837 to Tarvie and continue on to Garve, where you will find breathtaking scenery, thriving animals, a wildness and seclusion unlike any other.