Travelling to Loch Ness
Our travel links and maps will help you get to Loch Ness, whatever mode of transport you are using. The Highland capital, Inverness, is the hub of the Highlands and only eight miles from our famous loch. There is a choice of daily flights to Inverness from Luton, Gatwick and now Heathrow and a number of other UK and International airports. For those of you fortunate enough to travel at a more leisurely pace, there is a choice of rail and road routes, which, to our way of thinking, should always be regarded as part of the holiday. The route north from the border with England passes through some of the most dramatic and scenic countryside in Scotland.
Directions to the Highland Club.
For your Sat Nav The Highland Club Postcode is PH32 4BJ
Get directions from Google Maps to The Highland Club
Inverness to Fort Augustus: take the A82 south passing through Drumnadrochit and Invermoriston to Fort Augustus, 30 miles approximately. Drive through Fort Augustus and you will see the Abbey on your left as you cross the swing bridge, take first left after the bridge then immediate left into the Highland Club gateway.
Alternative route is A96 to A9 and then onto B851 and B862.
A9 Daviot to Fort Augustus: when travelling north on the A9 take the B851 left turn at Daviot signposted Fort Augustus, follow this road approximately 12 miles to the junction with the B862 where you turn left following Fort Augustus signs. Continue through Errogie village and Whitebridge passing the highest point on the road anywhere around Loch Ness, the Suidhe. Stop at the Suidhe viewpoint for a few minutes and marvel at the extensive 360 views. From here it is all downhill to Fort Augustus and the Abbey gates are on the right as you enter the village. You will see the Highland Club sign in the gateway.
Fort William to Fort Augustus: Having travelled through the awe inspiring Glencoe you have arrived in Fort William. Now head north on the A82 to Spean Bridge. Staying on the A82, drive through Invergarry and onto Fort Augustus.
Entering Fort Augustus, turn right at the junction with the B862, signposted “Whitebridge” and immediately turn left into the Highland Club gateway.
Road Rail and Air Travel links
www.travelinescotland.com – travel planner for public transport
www.rail.co.uk – rail planner
www.hertz.co.uk – car hire
www.citylink.co.uk – coaches from all areas.