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Had a great time walking all the way up to this beautiful place just hidden under the trees. You will have a smile once you reach the waterfall 😀 not a quiet a long walk, so easy to explore if you have just couple of...More
Although we were aware that the path was rough and uneven in places, and that at one point there is steps... We decided to see how far along we could manage, with my daughter in her electric wheelchair.
The walk along by the wee river...More
An absolutely beautiful and pretty place to visit
Luckily we visited last week when it was about 22 degrees and it was pretty dry and warm, and the sun through the trees was just gorgeous...but... I reckon if it had been a wet day then...More
Took a walk to the Fairy Glen at Rosemarkie. Very well marked trail a few steep steps but well maintained. It was a very sunny day with all the birds singing and lots of Scottish moss hanging off trees and rocks. Beautiful babbling streams as...More
This is a gentle stroll through the woods but be aware that underfoot can become challenging with rough ground and a few stone steps. However the paths are easy to follow and at the end you have a treat of two waterfalls to admire or...More
Short drive from Cromarty, very easy to find and there is car parking at the start. It took us an hour there and back. It started with a walk through the woods next to a lovely calm water stream, past a pretty pond and after...More
This was a highly enjoyable and fairly easy walk to a beautiful waterfall. We were lucky that it was a gorgeous, sunny day, with the light breaking through the trees. The whole walk is alongside a lovely stream. We took many stunning pictures along the...More
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The only wheels allowed would be a stroller or walker with wheels but, even those would be VERY difficult to push and in some places DANGEROUS as there is very little space to walk! I would place baby in in a backpack... More
The only wheels allowed would be a stroller or walker with wheels but, even those would be VERY difficult to push and in some places DANGEROUS as there is very little space to walk! I would place baby in in a backpack carrier and be careful as there are branches that can hit in the face and muddy places! If is rained very recently I would postpone the walk if you can wait for a dry spell! I was there in July it had been dry for a while and there places that were treacherous! My sister had a walking stick and needed help in places! Watch your step and enjoy the serenity! The Fairy Pools on Skye is quite the hike as well!