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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
Went there for a short 3.5 hour hike from the lower falls to the upper falls. It was a beautiful landscape and an easy hike up. I can highly recommend going there! Parking is possible at the lower falls and also quite close to the...More
This was our first hike in Scotland and, for a couple of 60-year olds, we thought this was challenging, but later felt like wimps when we ran into a wedding party on the trail, fully-decked out in gowns, kilts/jackets, and carrying flowers. In our opinion,...More
A 45 minute walk each way from the car park. The trail is beautiful. It is rocky but not dangerous just have to keep your attention to the path. It opens out into a meadow with small river and the stunning waterfall. Well worth the...More
Really enjoyed this walk to the waterfall. There are some lovely views in the valley along the way and when it opens out to see the waterfall at the end it's stunning. We were lucky to have sunshine too. Takes about 30minutes each way from...More
need a car to get to car parking area. good along a narrow uninviting road til you get to the end. The bridge to cross near the falls is a single wire for your feet with a cable on either side to hold onto
A fun car journey down ever-narrower roads, between big trees and bigger rocks led to the car park. The path is well signed, and there are some fun scrambly bits past smaller waterfalls, that might be more hairy when there's more water. Half way along...More
Walked up to these falls on a lovely sunny April day. It’s an ‘interesting’ drive up a single track road to get to the upper car park, just keep going until the road stops!
The path is rocky and steep in places with some lethal...More