Point of Interest
Old Inverlochy Castle
Although now a ruin this was one of the most important castles in Scottish history and has been the backdrop for two major historical events, the first and second battles of Inverlochy.
When visiting the Fort William area do stop off to look around Old Inverlochy Castle. Although now a ruin this was one of the most important castles in Scottish history and has been the backdrop for two major historical events, the first and second battles of Inverlochy.
Substantial ruins of 13th-century castle on the banks of River Lochy, that was backdrop for Inverlochy battles. Walk back along towards Inverlochy Village and watch anglers fishing for salmon on the river, or cross the footbridge and walk beside the A830 to Neptune's Staircase, a staircase lock…
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