Be part of the solution to Poo-llution!

Be part of the solution to Poo-llution!

Sun 12 May 2013

Help us by being part of the solution to Poo-llution!

We know that Wayfarers visiting us by boat, boot or bike love the wilderness experience that comes with a visit to the Great Glen.

Help us to keep the Ways clean by being responsible when you have to 'go'..........

Did you know that during your human-powered Great Glen expedition you can arrange access to all of the Caledonian Canal's customer toilet / shower blocks and the Trailblazer Rest Site composting toilets for only £10 per person? Pick up your key and swipe card when you pass by Corpach Sea Lock, near Fort William - the Sea Lock office is open 7 days a week, 8.30am - 5.30pm during the Spring, Summer and Autumn.

If you don't want to pay to access these toilets, there are public toilets near to the routes at Kilmallie, Fort Augustus and Glenmoriston.

For a really 'au naturel' experience, follow these simple guidelines to minimise the impact of 'going' in the outdoors.

Remember - be responsible and leave no trace of your 'visit'!

Trail Map

Trail Guide Map

map of scotland showing the trail

60 miles in 5 days

It is an epic 60 mile (95km) journey crossing Scotland in 5 days and conquering the formidable open waters of Loch Lochy and Loch Ness, a challenge in itself.

From South to North

It is normally easier to paddle the Trail from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east with the prevailing wind behind you.

Download the map