Cycling to Blackfold
Great Glen Way (GGW)


Start / End
Inverness / Fort William
81 ml (130 km)
4 Nights / 5 Days

The Great Glen Way from Inverness to Fort William follows a natural fault line which splits Scotland in two, forming impressive lochs and glens and one of the most famous bodies of water in the world – ‘Loch Ness’. The majority of the route is way-marked and managed by the Forestry Commission and British Waterways. Cycling on special paths and quiet forest trails, you will enjoy magnificent views of lochs and mountains and will have a chance to see some of the abundant wildlife. The cycling is comparatively non-technical however the route does involve steep ascents and descents.


Wednesday or Saturday, April to October: other days by arrangement. Minimum two persons

Luggage Carrying, if booked

1 Suitcase per person, maximum weight 20kg


By air to Edinburgh/Glasgow /Inverness Airports. Airport collection service available by train with Scotrail. By bus with Citylink: car parking available

Alternative route

This tour can also be cycled from Fort William to Inverness:

  • Day 1. Arrive Fort William collect cycles and route briefing
  • Day 2. Fort William to Fort Augustus
  • Day 3. Fort Augustus to Drumnadrochit
  • Day 4. Drumnadrochit to Inverness
  • Day 5. Depart Inverness


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