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Invergarry

Invergarry lodges are located on the banks of Loch Oich. The Loch is a freshwater loch in the Highlands of Scotland which forms part of the Caledonian Canal at its highest point. This narrow loch lies between Loch Ness and Loch Lochy in the Great Glen. It is fed by the River Garry from the West, and feeds the River Oich from its North end.


Invergarry

Invergarry lodges are ideally situated for exploring the Highlands of Scotland. In the immediate vicinity, there are endless scenic opportunities. Stroll along the Great Glen Way, enjoy a Wildlife Landrover tour or Clay pigeon shooting at the Invergarry Estate. Boat tours are also available on Loch Oich loch Garry and Loch Ness. those who like to get their adrenaline pumping Active Outdoor Pursuits a Scottish Tourist Board five star adventure company are located on the park. Offering great adventures in White water rafting, sailing, canoeing, mountaineering, snow sports climbing, mountain biking and much more.

Invergarry Station

The station dates back to 1903 and is located at the South end of loch Oich, A chance to take unforgettable steam train ride in the summer don’t miss it!

History

For those interested in history, Invergarry Castle was the seat of the Chiefs of Clan MacDonald, a powerful branch of the Clan Macdonald The castle`s position overlooking Loch Oich on Creagan an Fhithich – the Raven`s Rock – in the Great Glen, was a strategic one in the days of clan warfare. It is not certain when the first structure was erected on Creagan an Fhithich but there are at least two sites prior to the present castle. After raids by the Clan McKenzie in 1602 which included the burning of Strome Castle, the MacDonalds of Glengarry fortified the Rock of the Raven. The result was an imposing six storey L-plan tower house. According to clan tradition, the castle was built with stones passed hand to hand by a chain of clansmen from the mountain of Ben Tee which overlooks the park the Glenfinnan monument of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite’s occupies a majestic position at the head of Loch Sheil both the monument and the Glen Finnan viaduct are a one hour drive from the park.

On the map
  • Fort William:  24 miles (35 mins)
  • Fort Augustus: 14 miles (27 mins)
  • Inverness: 46 miles (1hr 30 mins)
  • Plockton: 57 miles (1hr 30 min)
  • Isle of Skye: 81 miles (2hrs)
  • Glasgow: 133 miles (2hrs 30 mins)