Craigside Lodge Guesthouse

4 Gordon Terrace, Inverness, IV2 3HD, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

nokia coast to coast scotland. mtb advice sought

by anitpotter

http://www.scotlandcoasttocoast.com/route.html

hi, im doing this challenge. theres little info on the offroad section which runs 25miles south from port augustus on the northern side of the loch, any one around who knows the off road section involved and can tell me whether its a trail path, rocky, loose? any info please to help me with tyre choices would be great or links to local mtb forums so i can post there
thanks
tina

Re: nokia coast to coast scotland. mtb advice sought

by leics

Apologies if this is egg-sucking:

You could try the Scots mtb forums:

http://forums.mtbscotland.net/index.php

http://www.mtb-borders.com/

and maybe ask here too:

http://www.themtbforum.com/routes-in-scotland_forum4.html

Re: nokia coast to coast scotland. mtb advice sought

by anitpotter

no egg sucking, very grateful thanks, so much rubbish going on its hard for me to find time for research so thanks for your help ill get onto it x

Travel Tips for Inverness

If you're seeing Loch Ness anyway...

by Dougann

If you're going to be around Loch Ness, it's worth going to the Falls of Foyer. I'm not entirely sure how to get there but I'm sure if you ask in the tourist office in Inverness they'll give you directions. Just need to drive through Foyers, and then walk for about 10 minutes.

It's quite a tall waterfall (for Scotland at least) and pretty relaxing place to visit.

Visit the mysterious Clava cairns

by bicycle_girl

It is an 4000 years old burial site, consisting of 3 doughnut shaped rock mounds, 2 with passage to the inner circle.You will probably not spend 3 hours to this site, but it's free, mysterious, old and for me north american, it is just amazing to see how far the history goes.

Inverness

by colintaylor

"Capital of the Highlands"

Beautiful city.....well its really only a large town but we now have city status and one of the fastest growing places in europe.

So what to do, well lots actually.

Town centre is clean and full of all the normal high street shops. There is a tesco superstore about 3km from the town centre and its open 24/7. Really well stocked inc clothes, shoes, accesories for cameras, phones ect.

There are boat trips to see the dolphins around the coast, boat trips down loch ness to urquhart castle. Bus tours to various places inc loch ness and the loch ness exhibition in drumnadrochit, its about 23 km from inverness.

Town centre full of places to eat, all prices and taste catered for and lots and lots of pubs.

The best ones to visit are johnny foxes, hootanannys, the market bar. They all do live music, its free entry. But take note, they have a very strict curfue on the doors, its midnight at the weekend. No one is admitted after that. Its the law, the town centre is full of police cameras so they wont bend the rules for you. Be in before midnight, its that simple.

Lots and lots of other pubs, they are all in the one area, so its only about a 5 minute walk from one end to the other.

Where to go....well west. Its pretty boring going north after inverness unless you want to go to john o groats { the most norterly tip on the british isles } but the truth is all there is there is a sign post telling you that.

West is best, that simple. Beautiful mountains, magical glens { valleys } and lovely villages.

Read before you come to scotland, its a small country, but jam packed with amazing places and history. You wont fit it all in 1 visit, thats for sure

If your planing on coming to scotland just drop me a line and i will try and help you out with any info you require.

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