The River Enrick passes Corrimony, before flowing down Glenurquhart to Loch Ness. The river flows over Corrimony Falls, a waterfall to the south of the settlement.
An upland area to the south is owned by the RSPB, and run as Corrimony nature reserve. The site covers 1531 ha, and was acquired by the RSPB in 1997. The RSPB are working to restore Caledonian Forest, for the benefit of Black Grouse.