Stratherrick is situated 17 miles from Inverness.
It lies between Inverness and Fort Augustus on the B862.

The valley of Stratherrick is considered to be the undiscovered side of Loch Ness and has many spectacular features. It is sheltered by the Monadhliath Mountains and has an abundance of Lochs. Stratherrick is also famous for its wildlife and you can expect to see buzzards, peregrines, red squirrel and deer.

Stratherrick School is situated in the village of gorthleck and was built in 1977. It has spectacular views over Loch Mhor.

There are currently 29 pupils in the school who travel from various areas of Stratherrick. Stratherrick is rich in both history and natural beauty and this is reflected in our choices. Historically, we have included a flavour of The Ancient Picts, The Jacobites, General Wade and Bonnie Prince Charlie, while Loch Mhor gives an insight into the areas natural beauty.

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