Great Glen Way :: Shared Description

Scotland's fourth waymarked National Long Distance Walking Route is 73 to 79 miles long (depending on route variation), and follows the Great Glen fault between Fort William and Inverness. First opened in 2002, more scenic route variations were added in 2014.
The Way is certainly pretty, well surfaced and waymarked, and interesting in terms of the canal history. But long stretches of the path are amongst coniferous forestry or by the side of the Caledonian Canal, and tend to be somewhat monotonous. Only the higher route alternatives give long views and a better sense of the Highlands.
by Tim Heaton
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NN1278 : The Great Glen Way and the Caledonian canal by Tim Heaton
NN1582 : The Great Glen Way alongside the Caledonian Canal by Tim Heaton
NN1885 : The Great Glen Way along the southern end of Loch Lochy by Tim Heaton
NN1480 : The Great Glen Way near Muirshearlich by Tim Heaton
NH4114 : The Great Glen Way by Tim Heaton
NN2290 : The Great Glen way through Clunes Forest by Tim Heaton
NN2088 : The Great Glen Way entering Clunes Forest by Tim Heaton
NN1076 : The Caledonian canal approaching its south-west end at Corpach by Tim Heaton
NN1378 : The Great Glen Way and Caledonian Canal at Torcastle by Tim Heaton
NH3811 : Out of the Glen at last by Tim Heaton
NN0976 : The Great Glen Way at Corpach by Tim Heaton
NN1176 : The Great Glen Way climbing alongside Neptune's Staircase by Tim Heaton
NH3607 : The Great Glen Way and the Caledonian Canal by Tim Heaton
NH3404 : The Great Glen Way north of Cullochy Lock by Tim Heaton
NN1277 : The Great Glen Way following the Caledonian Canal north-east from Banavie by Tim Heaton
NN1380 : The Great Glen Way between the Caledonian Canal and Druim na h-Atha by Tim Heaton
NN1581 : More of the Great Glen Way alongside the Caledonian Canal by Tim Heaton
NN2694 : The Great Glen Way in South Laggan Forest by Tim Heaton
NH4619 : More of the same by Tim Heaton
NN2188 : The Great Glen Way heading north-east through Clunes Forest by Tim Heaton


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Created: Thu, 11 May 2017, Updated: Thu, 11 May 2017

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