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*Return south and eastwards along the A835 toward the highland capital of '''Inverness'''. Perhaps stop in on the Victorian spa resort of Strathpeffer for a break to enjoy the architecture.
 
*Return south and eastwards along the A835 toward the highland capital of '''Inverness'''. Perhaps stop in on the Victorian spa resort of Strathpeffer for a break to enjoy the architecture.
 
*Muir of Ord, on the Black Isle (so named for its peaty soil) offers excellent (and free) distillery tours.
 
*Muir of Ord, on the Black Isle (so named for its peaty soil) offers excellent (and free) distillery tours.
*The Black Isle also offers day trip opportunities for fossil-hunting at Eathie Beach, and dolphin watching at Chanonry Point.
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*The Black Isle also offers [https://www.manyborders.com/unique-north-coast-500-day-trips/ day trip opportunities] for fossil-hunting at Eathie Beach, and dolphin watching at Chanonry Point.
 
*In [[Inverness]], walk along the mighty river Ness, cross the pedestrian suspension bridges, stroll by the cathedral.
 
*In [[Inverness]], walk along the mighty river Ness, cross the pedestrian suspension bridges, stroll by the cathedral.
 
*Drive east along the A96 to visit [[Moray]]. The sheltered waters of the '''Moray Firth''' offer dolphin spotting boat trips, or visit the '''Findhorn Foundation''' - an eco-community complete with houses built from recycled whisky barrels and a hobbit-hole meditation room built into the ground. At the market town of [[Elgin]] see the statue of the Wolf of Badenoch.
 
*Drive east along the A96 to visit [[Moray]]. The sheltered waters of the '''Moray Firth''' offer dolphin spotting boat trips, or visit the '''Findhorn Foundation''' - an eco-community complete with houses built from recycled whisky barrels and a hobbit-hole meditation room built into the ground. At the market town of [[Elgin]] see the statue of the Wolf of Badenoch.

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