What To Do In Inverness | The Corriegarth, Inverness | Cycling Inverness

Inverness is the traditional gateway for visitors to the Scottish Highlands

Naturally, the tourist industry tends to play up Scotland's heritage, but beyond the nostalgia lies a modern, dynamic nation. Oil and nano-technology now matter more to the Scottish economy than fishing or Harris tweed. The Highlands now draws mountain-bikers as well as whale-watchers.

Inverness is one of Europe’s fastest growing cities and offers a wealth of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs as well as places of interest for those who want to spend time soaking up the cultural aspects of the City.

Eden Court Theatre 

James Pringle Weavers of Inverness 

Floral Hall 

Museum & Art Gallery 


Walking Tours 

Inverness Castle

Whisky Tasting:

Tomatin Distillery 

Glen Ord Distillery 

In the area beyond Inverness lies some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. This is definitely un-spoilt country, where you can let your imagination run wild with all the options that you have to recharge your batteries. Have a look at some of the possibilities here and, if you need any help, just let us know.

Castles & Houses

Cawdor Castle 

Dunrobin Castle 

Fort George 

Urquhart Castle


Adventure Sports 

Cairngorm Mountain Railway 



Highland Tours by Taxi 

Moray Firth Dolphins 


West Coast Railways (in the footsteps of Harry Potter)

Places to visit


Culloden Battlefield 

Falls of Shin 

Glen Affric 

Great Glen Way Project 

Loch Ness 

Orkney Isles 

Outer & Inner Hebrides 






Christmas 2016 at the Corriegarth




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