Social enterprise initiative Glengarry Community Woodlands received a funding boost from one of its neighbours recently.
Tag: Great Glen
From the thriving, bustling city of Inverness, capital of the Highlands and sitting between the northern end of the Caledonian Canal and the Moray Firth – to the southern tip of Loch Ness and historic Fort Augustus, this map carries you on a journey of mystery and monsters through waterways and glens that have been used as transport routes for thousands of years.
The Outdoor Capital of the UK, Fort William, An Gearasdan, is at the heart of Lochaber. It’s the place where the West Highland Way ends and the Great Glen Way begins. It has mountains and skiing when there’s snow and even if there’s no snow, there’s walking, running, climbing, river races, sailing, kayaking, mountain biking to name but a few. Fort William is everyone’s favourite base camp for whatever sport they choose.
Barges carrying millions of tons of rock excavated from construction of what would be Scotland’s largest ever hydro power scheme could soon be seen along the Caledonian Canal in the Great Glen.
Justin Hansen, who has only one fifth of his intestines, recently completed a kayaking trip through the Great Glen.
Residents set sights on Dalvenvie, Tomnacharich and East Wood.