GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Inverness to Carrbridge

32 miles (52 km)

Travel along National Cycle routes 1 and 7 on this fascinating cycle ride which takes you past Culloden battlefield and the historic Bronze Age Clava Cairns.
The ride starts on the River Ness at Inverness, heading east to the historic village of Culloden. You then pass the famous Culloden battlefield where the Jacobites were defeated by the British in 1746. Soon after you will come to Clava Cairns - a Bronze Age Circular chamber which is also well worth a look.
You continue mainly on road to Tomatin with stretches along the Rivers Nairn and Findhorn and splendid views of Loch Moy on the way. The final section passes through woods and along the River Dulnain to Carrbridge with much of it taking place on traffic free paths.

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Inverness Castle on the River Ness

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Culloden

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Balloch

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Clava Cairns

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Culloden Battlefield

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Landscape near Tomatin

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Approaching Carrbridge

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River Dulnain at Carrbridge

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GPS Files

GPX File

Inverness to Carrbridge.gpx (right click - 'Save As')

Memory Map Route

Inverness to Carrbridge.mmo (right click - 'Save As')

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