Carbon Neutral Activities & Wellbeing in our Cities – Inverness Jogging
No matter how north you travel, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more scenic jogging city than Inverness. Located just eight miles from Loch Ness, brimming with local landmarks and boasting impeccable street safety, we are proud to encourage our guests to lace them up and hit the track during their stay in the highlands properties.
Inverness Grand Tour (4.4 miles)
If you’re new to the city and want to get a little more familiar, look no further than the Grand Tour circuit, spanning just over 4 miles and covering a number of iconic landmarks, such as Bellefield Park, Ness Islands, Whin Park/Canal Park, the Botanical Gardens and, of course, Inverness Castle.
Caledonian Canal Route South (9.2 miles)
Travel south of the city and feast your eyes on the rolling hills, canal views and mesmeric river formations. At over 9 miles, this is a circuit for experienced joggers with a tolerance for weather (all kinds, inevitably) and time to spare.
The Inverness sustainable tourism strategy is centred on providing visitors to the city with the tools and information to make sustainable choices that allow for enjoyment and free spending, without preventable harm to the environment. This approach is apparent in the variety of transport options, cycle paths and, more recently, a carbon-neutral business improvement district (the first in the UK).