Top Activities in Strathpeffer, Ross-shire
Strathpeffer is a great place to take part in activities for everyone. Located next to Ben Wyvis and other large mountains and forest, it is without surprise that hill walking is the most popular activity in the area. However, cycling follows close behind as the town plays host to the ‘Strathpuffer’.
For golfers, the Strathpeffer Golf Club sits in walking distance from the town centre. Visitors are welcome and the golf course offers stunning views of the Peffery Valley and Black Isle.
For more information visit http://www.strathpeffergolf.co.uk/
The local forests, hills and terrain attract all types of walkers. Popular recommended walks include the Blackmuir Woods and Falls of Rogie:
A walk in Blackmuir Woods is magical and mystical. The woods carry you through paths where ancient stones are located called the ‘Touchstone Maze’. You will also come across the ‘Eagle Stone’
Falls of Rogie
This short but very popular walk descends through the varied forestry down to the Blackwater River where you can watch the salmon bypass the main cascade.
Cycling around the Cromarty Firth, or along the Caledonian Canal (from Inverness) – An easy, family friendly route along the Caledonian Canal from Inverness, or Beauly-Cannich-Drumnadrochit circuit.