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Walkers worth £533m to Highland economy

 More than three times the number of tourists come to the Highlands to walk than all those who come to fish, play golf or cycle put together, tourism chiefs have revealed.

Walking activities are estimated to be worth £533 million to the Scottish economy and their value is projected to increase – starting with the launch yesterday of the new 28-mile South Loch Ness Trail.

It will take walkers, cyclists and horseriders along what is regarded as the hidden side of the world-famous loch, on the opposite shore from the main A82 road and the established 79-mile Great Glen Way from Fort William to Inverness.  To read more click here.



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