The Loch Ness 360

Scotland's newest long distance trail is destined to become one of the country's most popular challenges for walkers and cyclists. It not only has the advantage of being a circular route with an unlimited choice of starting points and no return transport requirements once completed but it also, for the first time, provides a dedicated network of paths to complete a full circuit of one of the most famous lakes on the planet, Loch Ness, on foot or on two wheels.

The Loch Ness 360 combines the north-eastern half of The Great Glen Way (between Fort Augustus and Inverness) with the newly opened South Loch Ness Trail (completed 2018) to make it possible to enjoy a 360 degree hike of the loch while avoiding public roads most of the way.

For those who intend to stop overnight in Invermoriston whilst following the trail please feel free to check out our comprehensive accommodation page for details of places to stay. For everyone else who is passing through while trekking or cycling The Loch Ness 360, please check out the other pages on our Visitor Information Tab for details of places to eat and things to see and do during your brief visit through Glenmoriston.

Loch Ness 360 - Online Resources


The official Loch Ness 360 website .

The excellent Walk Highlands website has very detailed info of hundreds of walks of varying lengths including each individual section of The Loch Ness 360.

Read reviews and view photos of those who've been there and got the T-Shirt!


Scotland enjoys a very generous and relaxed attitude towards public accessibility of the great outdoors but please ensure that you explore responsibly, find out more here.

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