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Invermoriston offers good links to Inverness and to Fort William

Living Working & Investing In Invermoriston.

The Highland community of Invermoriston was established close to the location where the River Moriston meets Loch Ness. This location is approximately seven miles to the north-east of Fort Augustus. The heavily travelled A82 cuts through the middle of the settlement, providing a connection between Inverness, Fort Augustus, and Fort William at the Great Glen's southern terminus.
The Glenmoriston Arms Hotel can be found at the intersection of the A82 and the A887; directly across the street from the hotel is a quaint little village shop as well as a cosy little cafe.
A tiny garden area can be found on the other side of the village shop. Within this garden area is a sculpture of a hand holding a torch aloft. This sculpture serves as a reminder that the Olympic flame made its way through the village prior to the London Olympics in 2012.

The village war memorial is also located at the intersection of the roads. It bears the names of 14 local men who lost their lives in World War I and 6 additional soldiers who lost their lives in World War II.
The Great Glen Way, a long-distance walking track, passes through Invermoriston, which is a particularly popular stopping point for hikers.

The Great Glen Way is one of the most well-known long-distance trails in Scotland. It runs from Fort William to Inverness along 79 miles of terrain that is both diverse and variable. The trail passes through Glenmoriston, with Invermoriston serving as one of the traditional overnight stopping points. There is also a waterborne version of the trail, which is rather unique. This version of the trail allows for the trail to be enjoyed by a variety of floating craft, such as boats, kayaks, canoes, and even paddleboards, albeit by a slightly different route along the beautiful Caledonian Canal and the three lochs that make up The Great Glen, including the most famous and infamous of them all, Loch Ness!