Explore the Inverness islands
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid, Wheelchair, Powerchair, Mobility Scooter
From the city centre you can followl the riverside paths west towards some islands in the River Ness. There are various bridges that inter connect these with both sides of the River. All the paths are wide and flat apart from a short section of regular pavement. Though only a short walk from the city it feels like being in the countryside. Could also link it with a trip to the Eden Theatre /cinema and the Aquadome swimming pool.
Transport & Parking
There is parking on the road along the North side of the river, or at the theatre or swimming pool. Lots of space. Close to city centre public transport links.
Only not 5 for lack of signage. If you have a reasonable sense of direction you could start the walk from anywhere and there are two bridges across the river so easy to make a circular route on smooth wide paths.
No loos on this route but probably loos in various venues along the route or in the city of needed.
An unstaffed venue or though saw a friendly maintenance guy
Anything else you wish to tell us?
I've done it before and will do it again.