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Whilst there is the obvious beauty of a waterfall at the heart of this, it's a horrible windy road up to it and not an easy walk for young children or anyone not steady on their feet down an awkward path to the falls. When...More
This waterfall is reached via a pleasant walk in the woods, descending along a path, which means an equal ascent will be necessary on the return. So, it is a pleasant hike and waterfalls visible from an overlook. As others suggest, not a good idea...More
You can take the path opposite the co op, heading straight up to the falls. It takes about 45 minutes to get there (although much quicker to come back down!) the falls are pretty rather than spectacular, but the walk has views of the loch...More
We popped by to see the falls on a small detour of our NC500 trip to Loch Ness.
It’s about 2 miles up a single track and then a short 300 meter walk over a rough path.
Check out my photo. This is exactly what...More
The drive to the falls required a good map to get there. The walk to the falls was steep and could be muddy during and after rain. (It is definitely difficult for those with physical challenges, or for those with young children.) Just as we...More
This is a nice short walk which took about an hour and a half to do starting off from the tourist information centre. The walk takes you through a wooded walk then up to the waterfalls which you can see from a platformed area great...More