Wild Folklore Walk

  • August 11 - September 8, 2024
  • Loch Ness Hub

    Drumnadrochit, Inverness-shire IV636TX
Ticket Price (GBP) £10.00-£20.00 Buy Tickets

Wild Folklore Drumnadrochit

Come along on a storytelling forest walk along the picturesque woodland trails of Loch Ness-side, guided by Caoimhe Keohane of Wild Anam. This walk offers folk a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich Gaelic mythology, folklore and natural heritage of the Highlands.

Discover the captivating myths and legends of the Great Glen, including tales of local faeries, the lore of plants and trees, the legendary stories of the Highlanders, the Picts, The Cailleach, Fionn Mac Chumhaill and the Fianna, the Vikings and, of course the origin stories of the Loch Ness Monster. 

Listen to the stories of our ancestors and learn about the deep connections between the people, plants, and animals of the Highlands. This excursion is a perfect blend of storytelling, nature exploration, and cultural heritage, offering a deeper connection to Scotland's wild roots.

Important information

Please meet at the Loch Ness Hub tourist Information carpark near the green in Drumnadrochit. We will walk together from there. The walk is a beautiful woodland trail, suitable for experienced walkers.

Duration: 2.5 hours approx.

Free Infants Up to 4 years

Fitness Level: Moderate: Grade 2 on Walk Highlands website. This walk will be suitable for experienced walkers.

Terrain: Waymarked forest footpaths, rugged and rocky trails at times.

What to bring: Please bring plenty of water and wear appropriate outdoor clothing, shoes, waterproof layers.

Date & Time

Aug 11 - Sep 8, 2024

Venue Details

Loch Ness Hub

Drumnadrochit, Inverness-shire IV636TX Loch Ness Hub
Wild Anam

Hullo, I'm Caoimhe Keohane, originally from the wild landscapes of West Cork, Ireland, and now inspired by the majestic beauty of the Scottish Highlands. My journey is driven by a passion for folklore, mythology, and storytelling, which I share as pathways to reconnect people with their inner wild.

Wild Anam, meaning Wild “Soul" in Gaelic, embodies my belief there is a wilderness within each of us. Through Wild Anam, I offer experiences that blend nature connection and mythology.

Growing up on Ireland's rugged west coast, I was captivated by the raw beauty and ancient stories of the land. Drawn to Scotland for work in nature restoration, I discovered the deep ancestral ties between Ireland and Scotland, further fueling my love for Gaelic mythology and folklore.

Currently residing near Inverness with my partner, a bushcraft and survival instructor, we steward a small woodland where we run courses and workshops. When I'm not exploring the landscape, I'm sharing the magic of Wild Anam through storytelling, events, and workshops, connecting people to the ancient wisdom and heritage of the land.