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Freey to visit at any time, the Fairy Pools is magical place of outstanding natural beauty at the foot of the Cuillin mountains. The Fairy Pools is becoming increasingly popular so when you visit, please drive carefully on the single track roads...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Road to Glenbrittle | Glenbrittle, IV47 8TA, Scotland
All reviews stepping stones car park lovely walk clear water sunny day easy walk glen brittle magical place walking boots single track road stunning scenery worth the effort parking area short walk passing places visiting skye dip
On arriving we managed to find a car park although the cost was horrendous. Unfortunately we didn't realise the walk to the fairy pools was longer than we had anticipated so we didn't get there. If you are going then allow a couple of hours...More
Managed to get a space in the car park, but other cars were parking up the side of the road, it was very busy. Nice walk up to the pools, our 5 year old managed fine. Weather was a bit dull so fairy pools weren’t...More
Such a beautiful spot. Highly recommend water proof shoes as there are some water crossings and it can be a bit boggy near the edges where you can get the best views of the falls and pools. It’s 5 pounds for parking at the car...More
While staying in the Isle of Skye we went on a trip to see the Fairy Pools. it was a long trek and i dont think we got to see them all but what we did see were stunning and the scenery from there was...More
We visited in October and as they are developing a new car park they are charging £5 to park which I don’t think is unreasonable.
The parking attendants were very pleasant and chatted about our stay.
I would recommend walking boots as the ground in...More
We visited on a wet day so waterproofs are required as the walk to the pools is about 2kms over a rough track..
If it has been raining heavy the stream you have to cross can be a bit of a tricky task so be...More
Beautiful place, with stunning scenery. You need sturdy shoes as it is quite a climb on stony paths with a few stepping stones to jump over. Not suitable for anyone unsteady on their feet or for pushchairs. As you climb there are lots of beautiful...More