Skip to main content

Inverness

The city in the clouds

This Access Guide has been made possible thanks to:

About Inverness

Scotland’s natural playground, the Scottish Highlands, start just north of Glasgow at Loch Lomond. The region is famed for its wild nature and majestic scenery. Adventurers can walk the West Highland Way or climb Ben Nevis, and those looking for a more tranquil pace can enjoy views of lochs, mountains and white sand beaches when travelling by train on the West Highland Line. Fort William, which Nevis looms over, has been dubbed the 'Outdoor Capital of the UK'. A popular walking route in Inverness is the Falls of Foyers, set in a dramatic gorge, and Inverness Caste Viewpoint offers fabulous 360-degree views of the Highland Capital and the surrounding scenery.


AccessAble partners in Inverness

Search for Access Guides and Routes within Inverness

Featured Access Guides

Access Routes for Inverness

Things to do

Community partners

Inverness Access Panel are part of Disability Scotland and provide the opportunity for disabled people to help shape accessibility and equality, read more on Disability Scotland's website: http://disabilityequality.scot/.

Highland Carers Advocacy help provide support for carers, read more on their website: http://www.highlandcarersadvocacy.org.uk/.