People are sometimes surprised at how easy it is to get to Inverness here in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
A 90-minute flight from London for example will land visitors at Inverness Airport.
Inverness is well served with transport links and with the airport just 10 minutes from the city centre it is easy for visitors from all parts of the globe to get here by air.
There are good road and rail links into Inverness from the south both offering the opportunity to enjoy fabulous scenery en route.
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Things to do
Whether coming to the event alone or with family and friends, why not take the opportunity of being in the beautiful surroundings of the Highlands and add on a few days sightseeing after the race?
Inverness, gateway to the Highlands, is a vibrant, growing city with a great range of accommodation, fine restaurants, music and cultural events to enjoy.
The area also has many superb visitor attractions including castles, ancient cairns, whisky distilleries, cruises on Loch Ness, the Caledonian Canal, and dolphin watching in the Moray Firth. And of course the area is fantastic for outdoor activities such as walking on the Great Glen Way or South Loch Ness Trail, canoeing, golfing, fishing, horse riding and mountain and road cycling.
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