Invergordon is located on the Cromarty Firth north-shore and boasts stunning views towards the western Beins and Black Isle.
The shoreline road (B817) to Invergordon forms part of the historic Pictish Trail and the Ross and Cromarty Naval Trail both of which are a welcoming and less travelled detour off the A9 trunk road and Moray Firth Tourist Route.
Take a relaxing stroll around the town, passing the “Off the Wall” murals and stunning scenery from Invergordon Golf Club and the Cromarty Firth shoreline. A mainly flat circular route passes many interpretative panels and monuments depicting the history of Invergordon & Saltburn.
It is also possible to walk from Saltburn & Invergordon to nearby Dalmore Distillery via the level shoreline pathway which also passes Rosskeen Bridge, The “Thief’s Stone” (part of the Pictish Trail) and Invergordon Sailing Club.
In addition to local, short walks around the town are longer, more challenging forestry and upland hikes such as Strathrory Glen & Ridge, Glen Aldie, Fyrish Monument and Black Rock Gorge.
For paths around Invergordon please download this pdf: Invergordon Walks