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Dog Walking

We have about 700meters of paths for dog walking in our on site nature reserve.

All of our staff are dog lovers, and will be able to give you plenty of advice on all the best local dog walks.

There are numerous walks which can be done either directly from the park or within a short drive.

Below is a list of walks local to Beauly Holiday Park.

Please note: We cannot allow female dogs that are either in season or have recently been in season.

River Beauly Circuit

On foot from the park, crossing over the Lovat Bridge, and heading upstream from the park, there is a lovely riverside walk along the river Beauly which forms a circuit about 8km (5miles).

This is a peaceful level walk, where you will normally see an abundance of wildlife. 

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Reelig Glen

Just a 3 minute drive from Beauly Holiday Park, you will find Reelig Glen, also known locally as the Fairy Glen.

This walk is located in a very narrow glen nestled in the hills, which is home to Scotland's tallest tree.

There numerous walks in around the glen which have been expanded over recent years by The Woodland Group of Aird Community Trust.

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Reelig Glen Reelig Glen

Loch Nam Bonnach

About a 5 minute drive from the park, and in the hills above Beauly, is Loch Nam Bonnach.

There are numerous paths with scenic views to Inverness and over both, the Beauly and Cromarty firths.

From the parking area to the Loch and back takes around 90 minutes. However, there are numerous longer and shorter paths.

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Loch Nam Bonnach Loch Nam Bonnach

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(Ord Hill), Muir of Ord

About a 5 minute drive from the park, and near the Loch Nam Bonnach walks, is Ord Hill, Muir of Ord (there is another Ord Hill with walks near Inverness)

This walk gives commanding views over both the Beauly and Cromarty firths.

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Ord Hill Ord Hill


About a 15 minute drive from the Beauly Holiday Park is Abriachan.

Over recent years Abriachan Forest Trust have built numerous forest paths and an education centre in the forest.

This is adjacent to the Great Glen Way and many miles of walks can be accessed from here.

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Abriachan Abriachan


About a 25 minute drive from the park is Fyrish.

This is a 2-2.5hr walk up to the famous Fyrish monument.

This was built by Sir Hector Munro, 8th of Novar in 1782.

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Fyrish Fyrish