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Inverness Discovery

The Kessock Bridge

Starting in Inverness we will cycle on a small path across the islands in the middle of the River Ness, before a short section on the road takes us to the cycle track over the Kessock Bridge. After crossing the Bridge, with its spectacular views over Inverness, we follow a quiet, single track road alongside the Beauly Firth. If we are lucky we may see dolphins or seals, as well as many different types of bird. At the end of the firth we join a slightly bigger road for a few miles to reach the popular village of Beauly, famous for its priory (as seen in Outlander) as well as being home to some great gift shops and cafes. Return to Inverness is by train.

Optional extensions to this trip: (please get in touch for prices):

  • Return cycle to Inverness along the slightly busier, but still very scenic south side of the Beauly Firth.
  • A visit to the Glen Ord Distillery in nearby Muir of Ord.


Half day guided tours
16 miles; 26km
Total time: 
3-4 hours (not including return by train which is a 15 minute journey)
£40 per adult.
Price details: 
Minimum group size 4. There is a £10 pp supplement for groups of 2 or 3
Child price: 
Not suitable for child bikes, child seats or tagalong bikes.
Helmet included?: 
Bike included?: 
Guide included?: 

Drinks and snacks en route. Train £3.60. (This is excluded to allow for flexibility. You may choose your train time, and may choose to stay in Beauly - contact us for help with this.)

Start and finish place: 
Starts and finishes in Inverness
Start and finish time: 
The tour starts at 10am
Tarmac roads
There is a short section through Inverness on busy roads, but we can take this slowly or even walk if necessary. The majority of the tour is on quiet, tarmac roads - some single track. There is a cycle path across the Kessock Bridge.
Child friendly?: 

Please get in touch to discuss this.

Cycling along the north side of the Beualy Firth
A village along the Beauy Firth
Beauly Priory