Today I got my first good look at the new Harvey produced South Loch Ness Trail maps. For years we have had a yearning for a great map, yes – Great! No, actually it’s a brilliant map of South Loch Ness and now we have it. It took a 28 mile long trail though to get it! On close inspection it is better than you could have imagined and it also has a detailed route for the Trail of the 7 Lochs so you get two for the price of one – excellent.
The two trails depicted on the map, although being long distance, are easy to start at any point and just have a day walk or even a short walk, so if for example you are like me and don’t want to walk the boring bits (there are no boring bits!) you could have a whole week here just doing the exciting sections each day. That sounds like a cue for a new Blog titled “Walking the exciting sections of the South Loch Ness and Trail of the 7 Lochs” – I digress, sorry.
This map is virtually indestructible! Half the weight of ordinary paper maps, totally waterproof, and easy on the pocket, being only £5.95 and you can buy them online from us at – Visitlochness.com or from any of the Harvey nationwide network of outlets.
As you can see from the picture I didn’t worry about my map getting wet in Loch Ness because its WATERPROOF! now my next blog is coming on.
Top alternative uses for the South Loch Ness Trail Map
1 – put over your head to keep the rain off.
2 – use it for picnics on wet grass.
3 – use it as a sail if you are canoeing on Loch Ness.
4 – use it as a rucksack cover.
5 – wrap your sandwiches in it to keep them fresh.
So go buy your
survival blanket map online Here…
Find out more about the South Loch Ness Trail Here…
A tenner for the best ideas for alternative uses for the indestructible South Loch Ness Trail Map sent in before July!