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Aberchalder Lodge is an extremely comfortable, very spacious 19th Century traditional Shooting Lodge in the heart of the Great Glen.
Seagull Trust Cruises is the charity that provides free canal cruises for people with special needs across Scotland - and they've had a busy year!
Augusta is a company dedicated to tourists visiting the Highlands and especially Loch Ness. Based in Fort Augustus.
Banavie lies at the top of Neptune's Staircase, a spectacular piece of engineering on the Caledonian Canal....
Canoeing adventures in the Great Glen.
When Scottish Canals became a stand-alone organisation in July of this year, we adopted all of the previous British Waterways’ policies and committed to reviewing, within the first 18 months, their on-going fitness for purpose for Scottish Canals. In recognition of that, we are now seeking your views on the scope, practicality and criteria of the Boat Safety Scheme.
Explore the Caledonian Canal by boat. Hire a cruiser or charter a yacht for a canal holiday, take a day-trip on Loch Ness, or stay on a hotel boat or holiday barge.
We are a specialist Great Glen canoe hire company offering flexible shuttles, quality boats, camping gear, emergency pickups and practical advice.
Our canals are special places, each with a distinctive character. Working in partnership with cultural organisations we will bring spaces along the canals to life as unique event and performance venues.
One of the UK’s top women mountain-bikers, Lee Craigie, is urging runners and riders to sign up for British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland’s Loch Ness Duathlon.
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.
The Fort Augustus swing bridge is now operational, and passage through the bridge is now possible.
Diving works have now been completed, and Gairlochy Locks will operate as normal from tomorrow, Saturday.
The Caledonian Canal will be open to all vessels from 9am on Thursday 3 January and is currently free of ice.
Any vessels wishing to transit the canal before the winter works closure should arrive at the Sea Locks by 10am on Thursday 3 January.