Situated at the head of two long and exceptionally remote glens, Cannich is a prime walking destination in the Scottish Highlands.
Cannich, and the local area, is a nature lover's paradise. Nestled below the slopes of Beinn a Chairein and at the junction of Glen Cannich, Glen Affric and Glen Urquhart, the village boasts wonderful scenery and provides excellent walking opportunities.
Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the area as it offers a wide range of high and low-level walking and cycling trails with several marked pathways and forest trails around the beautiful Loch Beinn a Meadhoinn and Loch Affric. The stunning waterfalls of Dog Falls and Plodda Falls are nearby and the local rivers are renowned for their excellent trout and salmon fishing. Wildlife is also abundant so bring those binoculars!
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