Visitors could soon flock to the Highlands to enjoy Scotland’s longest zip-wire.
Planners have recommended that the south applications committee approve the application for the attraction on the banks of Loch Leven at Kinlochleven.
The zip lines will have launch and landing platforms on each side of the loch and a reception building, as well as two floating jetties for transferring customers.
One will span 1,619 yards, making it the longest of its kind in Scotland, while the other will be 1,148 yards.
An estimated 50 jobs will be created by the development, which is expected to cost £3.5million to construct.
In her report before councillors, planner Lucy Prins writes: “The scale of the development would be proportionate to the location, and it would complement existing tourist facilities in Kinlochleven.”
However, 85 objections have been lodged against the project with concerns ranging from the impact on the landscape, to noise and disturbance from a potential 200 visitors a day and increased traffic.
Supporters however, who have submitted 109 letters, praise the scheme for potentially boosting tourism and the regeneration of the village.
The committee will discuss the project on Wednesday.