The river is the soul of the city. The walk across the river, on the ness walk, is relaxing and so enjoyable, and on the small islands on the river. Please take some time to see the sunset on the Ness Bridge.
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The river Ness rights right through Inverness. On the south end of the city there is a fabulous trail right along its banks that is absolutely beautiful. If you visit here, this is a must.
One word...Beautiful !! We took a boat trip on the river Ness. It starts in an artificial canal, so you find people walking on both sides. A li'l ahead you see people kayaking in water and you start thinking that I should have been doing...More
Done the Jacobite cruise , got a coach from the bus station to the boat, coach driver was very informative , Alan was his name, and very jovial , it was well worth it, scenery was amazing, went top of the boat as the weather...More
One of our first memories made on our trip to Scotland was the late evening sun setting just underneath some formidable clouds while standing on the bridge spanning the river just at the heart of downtown. The paths lining the river in downtown Inverness provide...More
We stayed in Inverness for 4 days and during this time enjoyed several walks along the river ness. One in particular was up the river from Imverness, passing the war and Edith Cavell memorials,crossing bridges to the three Ness Islands and joining up with the...More
You simply cannot say you've visited the Highlands without seeing/crossing the River Ness. It's important -- it's beautiful -- it's what gives the city its identity!
Apparantly the River Ness is the shortest river in Europe at just 7nm long (so the guy on the Jacobite cruise said). It joins Loch Ness to the Moray Firth at Inverness.