The A82 has been re-opened four days after two huge boulders crashed down an embankment and landed in the middle of the busy road.
The police, Bear Scotland and the Forestry Commission decided to close the Inverness to Fort William road between Balbeag and Invermoriston just after midday on Thursday following the rockfall.
The rocks were cleared to the side but fears that more rocks might crash onto the road led to the arterial route remaining shut for further inspection.
Following ongoing work to clear the route, police have now confirmed that the road is open again.
A spokesman said: “Police advise motorists that the A82 between Invermoriston and Drumnadrochit is now open and clear of fallen debris.
“The road had been closed on Thursday, March 12 following discussions between Police, Bear Scotland and the Forestry Commission.
“Members of the public are thanked for their patience while this matter was dealt with.”
The boulders, both about 8ft across, crashed around 390ft down the hillside about noon and landed in the middle of the busy road around two miles north of Invermoriston.
It is understood that they may have been dislodged by an oak tree falling.
The road was initially partially open to traffic but was then fully closed after an initial inspection showed that the rockface could be at risk of further collapse.
It left motorists attempting to use the busy road between Inverness and Fort William facing a detour of nearly 120 miles.