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Corrieshalloch Gorge
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Owner description: 200-foot Gorge.
Reviewed September 15, 2013

Quite steep bendy pathway to Gorge. Not suitable for folk who are not good walkers. I have walking problems and had to turn back after less than half-way. The only reason I went was because the Woman at NTS said it was a short walk, but it's actually quite long and tough for some people. My son and Dad managed to go the whole way and enjoyed the view, as well as the sway of the bridge which was quite scary as it is so high up.

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Reviewed September 12, 2013

Easy to spot the turn off the main A835 road, follow the brown sign. Car Park is on the right. Not a huge car park. We went Thursday lunchtime and there were only two parking spaces left. You don't have to pay and display but you are encouraged to do so. We paid the recommended donation of £2 each. Judging by the lack of tickets in windscreens, it's each to their own I suppose. We chose the longer (1.1km) walk, which is worth it for the long distance view of Loch Broom and also the chance to see other parts of the Gorge. The view from the suspension bridge is incredible. Unfortunately, whilst we were on, a group found it incredibly funny to make the bridge sway. We left the bridge and walked to the extended walk-out viewpoint. Unfortunately again, one guy was determined to occupy the end of the walkway with his camera and tripod. We waited patiently for ten minutes whilst he took numerous shots before deciding he'd had more than enough time and went in front of him. He took the hint. We got our photos from there and walking back to the suspension bridge got our shots there as no one else was on the bridge. All in all, a must see. Just a shame there are those who don't consider others but I wouldn't mark down the attraction on that basis.

Thank Dillan1965
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Reviewed September 9, 2013

Access from car park down a quite steep path to a suspension bridge over a very deep gorge. For some the suspension bridge is a little hard to do as with people on it it tends to sway disconcertingly. The view underneath is of a gorge some 200 feet below with a waterfall at one end of it. Once over the gorge you progress up a slight hill to the observation point which looks down the gorge.

Thank David F B
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Reviewed September 9, 2013

South of Ullapool and the Loch Broom, just seconds after turning off the A835 onto the A832, you will find (if you watch for it) the parking lot and gate access to this incredible gorge and waterfall, a National Trust nature site. Donations to the Trust can be left, but they do allow free access to the well maintained path down to the metal suspension bridge where one can view the falls flowing in a drop of about 200 feet (60 meters). It took about 4 minutes to walk down the path. Even without the lovely falls, the narrow gorge is a sight to behold. One does not have to stand on the bridge to see the falls, but an even better view for photos is across the bridge and onto a platform slightly downstream from the falls that hangs over the gorge. If you are lucky like us, you'll meet a joker who tries to make the suspension bridge shake as he walks over it, but it was obvious that this bridge wasn't going to be dangerous and was well maintained.

Thank jfbeno
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Reviewed September 9, 2013

Quite a walk down and back but totally worth it- one of the most beautiful and breathtaking scenes I have seen in Scotland. Reminds me how beautiful Scotland really is.

Thank Mhairi C
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