Invermoriston, located in Highland, is situated just a short distance from fort Augustus. Visitors will find the village located on the A82 road. The most well known attraction in the city is the Thomas Telford Bridge, which was constructed in 1813, and cross the River Moriston falls. Although the village is small, there is much to see and enjoy, including a village shop and the excellent views that can be had from the hill located above the village. There are also accommodation options offered in Invermoriston as well as in the surrounding area for visitors who are interested in more than just a day trip.
The small Scottish village that is known as Invermoriston is located within the Highlands of Scotland. The village of Invermoriston is located about seven miles to the north of Fort Augustus, about twenty-six miles from the city of Inverness and also about thirty-six miles from the town of Fort William. The village is located on the A82 road at the point where it joins the A887. Invermoriston is a lovely little village, which is located on the western shores of Loch Ness. This roads that run through the village are popular tourist routes therefore the village is a very good place for exploring the rest of the Scottish Highlands.
There is a lot of visitor attraction within the village and the surrounding area. One of the most vested attractions within the area is the bridge that was built by Thomas Telford in 1813. The bridge crosses the falls that are known as River Moriston. The bridge once formed part of the main road between Fort Augustus and Drumnadrochit however this was replaced during the 1930's by the bridge that still remains today. The other attractions within the village include a village shop, a hotel, a clog and craft shop and there is also a restaurant and coffee shop.
The village of Invermoriston was once a very popular place for the forestry industry however this has since declined. Since 1813 the village has seen a lot of expansion and this has been encouraged within the new open road system.