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The Falls of Foyers, an uphill walk from the site, is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Scotland and a tourist attraction since Victorian times, was made famous by Rabbie Burns. Numerous other walks, including an on-site dog walk, range from a short leisurely stroll to Foyers Pier, to a wide range of forestry paths, both in Foyers and neighbouring Inverfarigag, to the recently constructed and excellently appointed South Loch Ness Trail.
Wildlife hides are available along with opportunity to take part in a range of organised activities including walks, bird watching, geo-caching, plus archery and mini-bus tours of the wider area.
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