On your doorstep
Merkinch Local Nature Reserve – 12 minute walk (0.5 mile)
“This is a hidden gem in the heart of Inverness, an area that is not widely known even to people living on its borders, an area full of wild life with roe deer, owls, weasels, herons, cormorants and wading birds of various descriptions. If you’re lucky you may even spot the kingfishers at the Muirtown pools, even the occasional Osprey can be seen visiting the area”.
Muirtown Locks – 2 minute walk (0.1 mile)
“Muirtown Locks is a minor waterways place on the Caledonian Canal between Banavie Locks (Also known as Neptune’s Staircase) (60 miles and 1¼ furlongs and 12 locks to the southwest)”.
Craig Phadrig’s hill fort – 27 minute walk (1.1 mile)
“Walk through history at Craig Phadrig. Among the hundreds of ancient sites hidden in Scotland’s forests, Craig Phadrig’s hill fort is one of the most impressive. It was probably first built in the Iron Age around 300 BC”