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“Excellent view of the falls with an easy walk!”

Ranked #2 of 4 things to do in Garve
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed June 6, 2017

Plentiful parking - even more so if drivers would actually use the spaces provided! Can get a little crowded if a bus arrives (it is on the Hebridean Princess itinerary).

We took the shorter walk (to the right), manageable for some less able and slower! Not slippery either from water of gravel.

Bridge a little scary for those with height issues ...especially if the 6 person limit is exceeded and people promote the "bouncing".

Great view of the falls and the drop from the bridge and when continuing along the far bank left to the viewing platform.

Thank HummingbirdTX
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Reviewed June 5, 2017 via mobile

This place is spectacular and the walk down and a look across the bridge doesn't prepare you for the sheer size of the gorge when you are standing on the bridge amazing

Thank Gster73
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Reviewed April 17, 2017

On a long drive, this is a great place to stop, get some fresh air and a bit of (mild) exercise, and see a lovely view before continuing on. There is a signed car park (£2 donation is requested) and a good path - you have an option of a long path or a short one. We opted for the short one, which brought us down to the suspension bridge within a few minutes. The freshness of the forest was very welcome after being in a car for a couple of hours.

The suspension bridge is a little scary - 6 people maximum at any one time - and it does jiggle a bit when people are walking across it. But it has high sides and no risk of falling over if one is sensible. The gorge is far deeper and more outstanding than you might expect - it's a very deep canyon with mosses and ferns growing all the way down, and several gorgeous waterfalls. We continued on along the path on the other side of the bridge to reach the viewing platform (which is visible from the bridge). This is another "6 people maximum" precarious perch that gives another angle of the waterfalls and bridge. Overall a good stopping point to break up a long journey.

Thank fiona07
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Reviewed February 28, 2017 via mobile

Lovely little winding path down to the bridge with gorgeous views on both sides down to the gorge amazing feeling

Thank Susan W
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Reviewed October 16, 2016

Fairly new car park [Pay & Display] & gates to descend down the winding paths into the gorge. There is a suspension bridge & a viewing platform [max 6 at a time] to maximise the views of the Falls of Measach & the Gorge. We were fortunate in that it had been raining the day before, so the falls were in spate & absolutely spectacular. The paths are wide enough for buggies, but, bear in mind, once descended you still have the climb back up to the car park at the end of your visit!

Thank Josephine J
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