The Great Glen Way Chapter 9 (final): From Drumnadrochit to Inverness

Today is a long walk, the longest of the trip. The distance from Drumnadrochit to Inverness is 29km. After a lovely breakfast with excellent coffee, we say goodbye to the owners of Kilmore farmhouse, Colin and Frances, and start walking. We are lucky again: the weather is sunny, but not too warm.Soon, we are on the hills. The highest point of the walk is 380m high. It’s not much, but there are lovely views everywhere.

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After about 15km, we see signs for a café. We follow them and they lead to a campsite. The campsite offers tea and food. We rest for a while and watch a large, black pig wander freely.

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After our rest, we continue walking. Again, we pass so many fallen trees.

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Soon, we see Inverness in the distance.

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We walk towards the town and enter the grounds of an old hospital. After that, we cross the River Ness on a beautiful suspension bridge.

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Then we see Inverness castle, and we are happy.

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We have walked the Great Glen Way.

by EFLshorts.com

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