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    • Price Consultation - Responses

      In December last year we wrote to customers with our proposed Licence and Mooring fees for 1st April 2012 onwards. Read on for our reply to any comments or challenges that were raised...

    • Primary schools and Caledonian Canal Heritage

      Scottish Waterways Trust Caledonian Canal heritage officer is available to support any school that is interested in developing projects that involve the heritage of the Caledonian Canal. Canal side visits can be arranged and learning resources shared.

    • Rockhopper

      Great Glen Canoe Journeys. Rockhopper hire canoes, kayaks and bikes. Or we can make your paddle trip a guided experience.

    • Scenic Routes Competition: Information for Entrants

      Scotland's young architects and landscape architects are being invited to design viewpoints that celebrate the beauty of the Caledonian Canal and Cairngorms as the latest stage of an innovative competition gets underway. Information for the Caledonian Canal sites can be found here.

    • Scots Kitchen

      Scots Kitchen is a family run Restaurant, Cafe, Bar, Takeaway and B&B; situated in the heart of the Highlands on the banks of Loch Ness...

    • Scottish Canals Photograph Competition 2010

      See the winning images from this year's competition...

    • Scottish Canals to bring glamping to the Great Glen

      In a first for the Great Glen and the Caledonian Canal, Scottish Canals is introducing eye-catching camping bothies as a more glamorous alternative to the cold canvas of wild camping.

    • Scottish Scenic Routes competition winners announced

      The winners of a competition to enhance two of Scotland’s most scenic viewpoints have been announced today (Monday 7th July). Scotland's young architects and landscape architects were invited to design viewpoints that celebrate the beauty of the Caledonian Canal and the Cairngorms National Park as part of the Scottish Government’s Scenic Routes Initiative.

    • Seagull Trust Cruises (Inverness)

      The Seagull Trust provide free canal cruising for people with special needs. With branches in Kirkintilloch, Falkirk and Ratho on the Lowlands and Inverness on the Highlands, there are plenty of places to get on board...

    • Seaport Marina

      Seaport Marina is based at Muirtown Wharf at the eastern entrance to the Caledonian Canal. Only 15 mins walk from the centre of Inverness, the Marina is an ideal base for visiting the Highlands…

    • Sell your boat

      Complete and submit this form to add your boat for sale to our listings.

    • Standing Waves

      Coaching in canoeing, kayaking and sea kayaking, as well as equipment hire...

    • Stravaigers Lodge

      Stravaigers Lodge, located in Fort Augustus, is ideally situated for the Great Glen Way, Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness, and offers low cost accommodation for individuals, families and groups.

    • The Boathouse Lochside Restaurant

      The Boathouse is the perfect place to come for a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere, good food, and a stunning setting...

    • The Bothy Bar & Restaurant

      The Bothy is a family run pub and restaurant only a couple of hundred yards from Loch Ness in Fort Augustus...