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Balade en forêt et vue sur le loch Ness

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 6 commentaires.Drumnadrochit, Royaume-Uni

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Expérience organisée par Toby

90 min
Jusqu'à 6 personnes
Proposée en Anglais

Au programme

We'll meet at my house in Drumnadrochit before taking the 'high road' out of Drumnadrochit towards the Balmacaan and Craigmonie Woods.

On our route we'll walk past the site of a glacial kettle hole, evidence of the last ice-age and a geological quirk that few visitors will be aware of. After that we take a quiet out of the way route via singletrack which winds its way through a mix of oak and native Scots pine woodland. Along the way you'll hear the history of the area from visits by Robert the Bruce, rumours of the Knights Templar and the legend of a Norse Prince who was killed at the Craigmonie outcrop. The viewpoint itself will give spectacular views over Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness where you can pause and soak up the scenery.

We'll finish the walk by dropping back downhill and walking back to the village through pine woodland where you can learn about the work we're doing to manage the woods sustainably and how we forage for natural materials to dye yarn and wool sold in the village. On our return back to my house you'll see the end results of this project and have a chance to buy some of the yarn and speak to the artisan who creates it.
We'll meet at my house in Drumnadrochit before taking the 'high road' out of Drumnadrochit towards the Balmacaan and Craigmonie Woods.

On our route we'll walk past the site of a glacial kettle hole, evidence of the last ice-age and a geological quirk that few visitors will be aware of. After that we take a quiet out of the way route via singletrack which winds its way through a mix of oak and native Scots pine woodland. Along the wa…

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À partir de 18€
par personne
sam. 1 août
13:30 - 15:00
18€ par personne
18€ par personne
dim. 2 août
10:00 - 11:30
18€ par personne
18€ par personne
lun. 3 août
12:00 - 13:30
18€ par personne
18€ par personne

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, Toby

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2016
  • 6 commentaires
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I have worked in tourism for over ten years and I have extensive experience working with visitors to the area. I've been a keen hillwalker and natural historian since I was very young and there's not much I don't know about the area we'll be exploring on your AirBnb experience.
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Le lieu

A glacial kettle - remains of the last ice age where a large piece of ice likely got stuck, melted and left a distinctive bowl in the ground.

Craigmonie Viewpoint, the highpoint of our walk affording great views over Urquhart bay, Loch Ness and Drumnadrochit.

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 6 commentaires.

Robert
octobre 2019
It was a very lovely walk that had some great views. The conversation was quite interesting and gave a neat history of the area and we learned a lot.
Mindy
octobre 2019
Toby is a wonderful guide who will make your trip worth while! Extremely accommodating and he gave us a wonderful view of Loch Ness! Great deal of history and storytelling along the way!
Ed
août 2019
Highly informative local walk, full of local insights and details you could only get from Toby’s knowledge of the area. Would highly recommend as something a little different from the castle and Loch Ness exhibits.
Narendra
juin 2019
Great walk through the woods to see views over Loch Ness and also impressions left over from the last ice age. What makes this special is the fact that Toby is engaging and fun to talk to and learning about the local people and their culture and seeing a part of nature that is mostly used by the locals with little to no impact of tourism is great.
Great walk through the woods to see views over Loch Ness and also impressions left over from the last ice age. What makes this special is the fact that Toby is engaging and fun to…
Joe
mai 2019
Fantastic little walk with Toby and his wife, learned a lot about the local area and natural habitat. Very interesting would highly recommend and will look to do another walk when we next visit.
Stormy
mars 2019
Toby’s wildland walk to Loch Ness was one of the best parts of our trip. For once, I didn’t feel like a tourist. Toby really helped us understand the local culture from the inside, and we saw a part of Scotland that not many get to see.

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Conditions d'annulation

Toute expérience peut être annulée et intégralement remboursée dans les 24 heures suivant l'achat, ou au moins 7 jours avant qu'elle ne commence.

Critères requis pour les voyageurs

6 voyageurs maximum âgés de 6 ou plus peuvent participer.

Plus de conseils

The path is mostly good quality singletrack and forest path and there is a fair amount of ascent involved so a reasonable amount of fitness is required.

Ce qu'il faut apporter

Walking boots or good quality Welly boots

Waterproof jacket