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With more than 100 species sighted in our annual wildlife survey, there's always something to see, year round on the Scottish canals.
The majestic Caledonian Canal is considered by many as one of the greatest waterways of the world. Running from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east, this 60 mile coast to coast channel passes through exciting towns and villages, spectacular lochs, and beautiful countryside.
Scottish Waterways Trust and the Caledonian Canal would like to encourage local involvement in a variety of roles. Volunteers would in return receive training and skills development as well as the opportunity to meet new people and gain a sense of achievement. Read on for more information...
We have 2 large comfortable barges that cruise Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal in the Highlands of Scotland, providing a unique holiday experience amidst superb Highland scenery...
Tired of the snow, refresh yourself with a day out animal tracking....
Enjoy the tranquillity of the towpath, or take the road that follows the route of the canal for a faster ride.
Scottish canals offer a wealth of learning opportunities for primary schools, uniformed groups and families. We're delighted to be able to offer a wide range of tailored, canal specific resources in addition to broader educational aids for learning about the waterways.
Josie Saunders, Scottish Canals’ new Head of Communications, took a couple of days off over the Easter break to cycle the Great Glen Way with her husband and teenage son. Find out about her trip, and who she met along the way!
Find out more about the engineering successes and financial challenges of building this great waterway which crosses Scotland from coast to coast.