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“Stunning view & Wobbly bridge”

Ranked #2 of 4 things to do in Garve
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed August 12, 2018 via mobile

A gem - good path winding down to the suspended bridge (max of 6 people allowed) gorge is 'gorgeous' dramatic & it is well worth walking to the viewing platform - which offers a great view of the waterfall & bridge. Woodland walk is lovely but be sure to either wear a midge net or spray with Smidge as in these quiet wind free areas the wee beasties thrive!!!!

Thank OldBlueBird
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Reviewed June 28, 2018

I had been before, many years ago, and have driven past many times since, but had forgotten just how impressive the gorge is - very deep and very narrow with a waterfall which is among the highest in Scotland and must be very impressive indeed in high water levels.. A wheelchair-accessible gently graded path takes you down to the bridge over the gorge and then a less good path takes you on to a viewing platform which is actually built right out into the gorge. All perfectly safe, of course, but not necessarily for those of a nervous disposition. Back to the other side again and a longer and more interesting path first follows the edge of the gorge and then takes you back up to the entrance.
You are asked to pay per person for access at a machine which in effect doubles as a Pay and Display car park machine. The car park can get very busy and often there are mutliple coaches there.

Thank sammoore1955
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Reviewed June 24, 2018

The gorge provided a nice quiet walk. We walked along the gorge to an overlook that provided beautiful views of the falls and gorge. Not far off the main road either.

Thank BDsd
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Reviewed November 14, 2017

Beautiful area, visited whilst returning to Loch Ness. Lovely walk down to the falls and gorge area. Walked across the bridge - just my husband and I and, I could feel it moving under us but it was worth the experience for the gorgeous views. Would return again.

Thank ABC123Wakefield
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Reviewed August 4, 2017

Visited whilst travelling the NC500. the Nature reserve has a wide variety of ferns and along with the Gorge and the Falls it is well worth the time taken to walk to both the bridge and the viewpoint as well as completing the tour of the ferns. There is an honesty box for visitors to support the trust

Thank Yocky8713
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