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All reviews car park glen nevis cable bridge great walk single track road lower falls slippery rocks beautiful hike walking boots well worth the effort take your time takes about minutes fort william area stunning views sunny day wire meadows
Glen Nevis is a just outside of Fort William and something everyone should see. Ben Nevis is a great climb and theses fall are a beautiful sight. You can either walk or take a bus from Fort William station to get to them. But I...More
This is a fairly short walk full of stunning views over the hills, various waterfalls and beautiful Caledonian pines. It is not too difficult although the ground is very wet, rocky and uneven so great care should be taken. When you arrive in the valley...More
We drove up the single lane track (with passing points) to the car park area at the top. Donned our walking boots (a must really) and headed off along the path. There is quite a drop to the side of the path but it is...More
Wear sensible footwear for a 30-40 minute walk to the waterfall with children. The rope bridge is for adults rather than children. Drive all the way to the end of the road way past the Glen Nevis visitor centre and there is parking there. Scenic...More
With Family it is not very easy but worth it, track is very rough and some time very slippery, but if weather is good it will become memorable. i walk to the fall with my partner and kid of 5 year and it was sunny...More
I started this walk very early in the morning, totally alone. There was no one else out on the path yet. It was so peaceful and one of the most naturally beautiful places I've ever been. The walk is not difficult at all, but it...More
Well worth the hike, prepare for rugged terrain and wear some good boots that you don't mind getting wet. The scenery out here is gorgeous. If you've got a daring side, try crossing the wire bridge at the end of the trail.
The walk to the falls is not easy but it is worth it. You hike through the woods and through smaller waterfalls. Rocks and path are very slick and there are some high ledges that you can fall from. I would not suggest with young...More