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The Caledonian Canal is voted one of the 10 best man-made wonders in Scotland

Visit Scotland's blog identifies the 10 best man-made wonders in Scotland, voted by the public.

As part of the "Year of Innovation and Architecture" Visit Scotland asked the public to vote for the 10 best man-made wonders in Scotland and not surprisingly the Caledonian Canal was on the list.

7. CALEDONIAN CANAL

Caledonian Canal at Fort Augustus where it joins Loch Ness, HighlandsCaledonian Canal at Fort Augustus where it joins Loch Ness, Highlands

Masterminded by Thomas Telford, the great Scottish engineer, the Caledonian Canal is considered by many to be one of the greatest waterways in the world.

Running just over 60 miles, it stretches from Inverness to Corpach near Fort William, slicing through the length of the majestic Great Glen and taking in some of the most breathtaking scenery that Mother Nature has endowed Scotland with. If you’ve not explored it yet, do it and savour a taste of the Highlands at their most dramatic.

Interestingly, only one third of the entire length is man-made, while the rest is formed by various lochs, including Loch Lochy and Loch Ness.

We had amazing weather yet again on our autumn Loch Ness and Caledonian Canal cruises this year - it really is an idyllic trip!

Read the full Visit Scotland blog article here>

Posted by Margaret Matthews

The Caledonian Canal is voted one of the 10 best man-made wonders in Scotland

Visit Scotland's blog identifies the 10 best man-made wonders in Scotland, voted by the public.

As part of the "Year of Innovation and Architecture" Visit Scotland asked the public to vote for the 10 best man-made wonders in Scotland and not surprisingly the Caledonian Canal was on the list.

7. CALEDONIAN CANAL

Caledonian Canal at Fort Augustus where it joins Loch Ness, HighlandsCaledonian Canal at Fort Augustus where it joins Loch Ness, Highlands

Masterminded by Thomas Telford, the great Scottish engineer, the Caledonian Canal is considered by many to be one of the greatest waterways in the world.

Running just over 60 miles, it stretches from Inverness to Corpach near Fort William, slicing through the length of the majestic Great Glen and taking in some of the most breathtaking scenery that Mother Nature has endowed Scotland with. If you’ve not explored it yet, do it and savour a taste of the Highlands at their most dramatic.

Interestingly, only one third of the entire length is man-made, while the rest is formed by various lochs, including Loch Lochy and Loch Ness.

We had amazing weather yet again on our autumn Loch Ness and Caledonian Canal cruises this year - it really is an idyllic trip!

Read the full Visit Scotland blog article here>

Posted by Margaret Matthews

I am just coming down to earth after the amazing experience of a cruise on the Glen Massan. The food produced by our chef Andie was exceptional and the friendly crew: skipper Martin, engineer Steven and bosun Hazel, could not do enough for us. Thank you to all at the Majestic Line for these truly memorable few days. I hope to return some time in the future.

— Catherine Evans: Jul 2015 - Read Full Review