From Invergarry, it's roughly 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the south to Glasgow and 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the southeast to Edinburgh.
Visit some of the attractions in Invergarry. The the Drynachan Woodturning Gallery is a good place to start.
Scotland is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is relatively easy. Be sure to set aside enough time to explore the numerous scenic and cultural wonders the region offers. Fort William and Drumnadrochit are just two of the many other places worth visiting while you're in Scotland.
Organise transportation and visit Fort William, a regional center, situated approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) away from Invergarry. The place has a range of visitor attractions, including Leanachan Forest, Aonach Mor Ski Resort and Ben Nevis. Loch Lochy, Neptune's Staircase and Ben Nevis Distillery are some more attractions in Fort William that should be high on everyone's itinerary.
A good way to get to know a region is by exploring its past. Take a trip to the ruins while you are here. If you are looking for indoor activities, it's hard to go past Scotland's excellent art galleries, art museums and nature museums. These are great places to to soak up some of the local culture and perhaps pick up an unusual souvenir or two.
Why not try wintersports while you are here? Snowboarding is a popular pastime. Another one is skiing. Breathe in and de-stress as you try out some of the area's more relaxing activities such as shore fishing and camping.
Keep in mind, investing in travel is one of the few things you can buy that makes you wealthier. Your time in Invergarry, will reward you with precious memories to last a lifetime.