The main tourist route between Inverness and Fort William has reopened after a landslide earlier today.
The A82 trunk road was blocked earlier when large boulders fell from cliffs four miles south of Urquhart Castle.
The road, which follows the shores of Loch Ness, was shut in both directions for around three hours while roads contractors and police tried to clear the scene.
However one lane of the single carriageway has now reopened, with police directing traffic.
A police spokesman said: “Liaison with Bear Scotland confirms that the rock strata at the road closure appears stable and as such it is intended to regulate traffic using traffic lights.”
— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) January 31, 2015