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We parked at lower falls and walked along the river and a bit of road walking to reach the car park for Steall falls, we then took the path through the gorge which was great. It was a rainy day and underfoot was very wet,...More
A 30 minute walk from the free car park leads to the Steall Waterfall. The entire visit filled a sunny Saturday morning and was enjoyed immensely by myself, my partner and two (rather old but energetic) Jack Russell dogs.
We were greeted by stunning scenery,...More
If your in the area find the time to visit the Falls you won't be dissapionted. Take the car to the car park at the bridge, great photographs from this point alone. We have visited this area many years ago and came back to revisit...More
Lovely (40 minutes) walk to the falls. Requires proper footwear, as dependent on the weather, you might have some water to cross. We had two Mini Dachshunds with us, and at times we carried them over the water crossing the path. Great views along the...More
This walk was one of the highlights of my Scotland trip. Travel as far as the Glen Nevis road goes, and get there early for a car park. There is a viewing point at first falls, but drive on, and maybe stop here on your...More
It's only a short walk from the carpark (it took my dog and me max 25min one way) to the waterfall. It's not suitable for wheelchairs but still not a difficult walk. You could even touch the waterfall. There is also a steal rope for...More
Take a good pair of walking shoes, your drink bottle and some bug spray and enjoy a fabulous morning or even full day at this beautiful location. It's a lovely, interesting walk. It's not steep but does require a basic level of fitness. Don't listen...More
We had a great hike up the valley to the Steall waterfall where our grandson was brave enough to go across the three-wire walking bridge. We ate our lunch along the rive with a view of the falls and the surrounding landscape. It was not...More
Here is what I found out. There is a bus that will go to the lower falls parking lot. from there to the Steall Fall trail head is maybe 3 miles up hill by foot. The best I could tell the bus ran 3 times a day, morning... More
Here is what I found out. There is a bus that will go to the lower falls parking lot. from there to the Steall Fall trail head is maybe 3 miles up hill by foot. The best I could tell the bus ran 3 times a day, morning , mid day and later maybe 6pm.
I decided to rent a car for 24 hours for 75£. Yes a little pricey, but we arrived to Ft William at 1100 and did the falls that afternoon and next morning drove to gondola and then caught bus to Inverness at 1400. so we were able to meet our goals very easily with car for a 24 hour stay.
fyi - the drive from the main road up to the Steall Falls trail head parking lot is stressful due to so many cars coming and going on a narrow twisty one lane road. Many times my wife had to get out and help guide me baking up etc to let oncoming cars pass.
Also, you can ride bus out and ask for a ride back. Everyone on holiday and friendly. We had a couple ask us for a ride back to town and we were happy to assist.