Duncraig Castle from Innes Street Walk
The Duncraig Castle from Innes Street Walk is a fun, easy-going adventure tailor-made for the whole family! Cut through a path carved through lovely woodland with the occasional view along Loch Carron, to reach the expansive Duncraig Castle, constructed in 1866.
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Route Description for Duncraig Castle from Innes Street Walk
Duncraig Castle from Innes Street Walk makes for a fun family- and dog-friendly adventure! Setting out from the trailhead, you’ll wind through greenery and forest with a brief stint along the road towards Duncraig Castle. After snapping photos of the castle and circling the grounds, continue back towards the road, but instead of turning onto it, go right to follow the path near Loch Carron!
Eventually, you’ll meet up with the same path from the start—follow this back to the trailhead. Do note that the path can get muddy during the rainy season, making proper footwear essential!
Getting to the Duncraig Castle from Innes Street Walk Trailhead
The Duncraig Castle from Innes Street Walk starts along Innes Street, between the central area of Plockton and the high school. It starts close to the high school!
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