Indeed I am sure it was battered by the storms however much of the beauty remains and this place really is majestical - we went along a few times during our visit but during the evening and we found often we were one of only a few there.
The Kids had fun making dams and collecting rocks. Us parents were able to sit back and enjoy watching them explore, climb and generally do what kids should do, 'Play'.
It is a Cove and access is therefore via a footpath and a series of steep steps but the National Trust have done a Stirling job in making it as accessible as possible.
You won't be disappointed in a visit!
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