Hunt for Nessie

Loch Ness is part of the Great Glen, a fault line which runs over 60 miles from Inverness in the north to Fort William in the south. It is made up of 3 lochs, Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and Loch Ness, which is the largest body of fresh water in Britain. There is more water in Loch Ness than all the lakes in England and Wales put together!

There have been numerous sightings of the monster, affectionately known as ‘Nessie’. The first recorded sighting dates from the sixth century. Sightings have been sporadic over the centuries, but in the 20th century Nessie has been more active!

Become a Nessie hunter by taking a boat trip on the loch. Visit Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition for the history of Nessie sightings and information on guided tours of the loch. For information –

Tel: 01456 450573