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Great walk for the family

Path is excellent and well maintained. Still need good shoes. Scenery is beautiful and you feel... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
918theb
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Dunblane, United Kingdom
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Interesting, dark and eerie place: for the fae

What a magical, surprising and fae place. I had yet to visit a cave in Scotland (been seeing lots... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2018
Amanda C
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| Allt nan Uamh car park, 4km South of Inchnadamph, Ullapool, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just letting you know now, there are no bones. It's a decent walk that takes in large streams, waterfalls, fairy pools, roaring deer and steep steps. At the end of it, there are 4 moderately sized caves but there's no bones at the end of...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Path is excellent and well maintained. Still need good shoes. Scenery is beautiful and you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere very quickly. From 7 to 54 no problem. If you are not used to walking it is a good introduction, though...More

Thank 918theb
Reviewed 4 September 2018

What a magical, surprising and fae place. I had yet to visit a cave in Scotland (been seeing lots of stone circles, faerie mound and monroes). This was a great one to see!

Thank Amanda C
Reviewed 14 August 2018

This walk was one of the best ones I've ever done. Stunning views, great range of terrain under foot which I love.Some boggy places, pebbles, large rocks to climb over and some grassy areas. Make sure you are wearing the proper footwear! I was not....More

1  Thank ayeshasneddon
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile

I don’t think I anticipated how harsh the cold wind would be. If I was properly dressed I think I would have enjoyed it more. If you have walking books bring them! Lovely waterfall on the way. Paths very uneven. When getting to the hill...More

Thank Sarah M
Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile

The hike up to the caves is cool, but be prepared. Unless you have headlamps and clothes for crawling around on your belly in mud and gravel - you aren’t going to see much. If you go prepared, I am sure it is amazing. I...More

Thank gdfthr81
Reviewed 21 July 2018

The bone caves are a pleasant walk along a glen from the car park. An interpretation board explains what there is to see. On your walk to the caves keep an eye on the river....after a short while you will see a "resurgence" - water...More

2  Thank Compo-in-Caithness
Reviewed 30 June 2018

We choose this walk because there is a cave with bones (duh) and the headwaters of a river. There are places that were difficult for me to walk but the kids scrambled around like mountain goats. Really remote and gorgeous landscape. We missed the entrance...More

Thank hippiebilly
Reviewed 29 June 2018

This walk is absolutely beautiful, and best of all as we started a cookoo was calling in the woods nearby. Not for the fainhearted it is quite a few km's to get there, but not a hard walk until the last bit over the rocks....More

Thank pogglesgrandma
Reviewed 29 June 2018

Very much enjoyed our guided walk up to the Bone Caves with the Caithness & Sutherland (formerly Highland Council) Rangers, Andy and Greg. The walk is steep in places but well worth the trek to the caves and Greg in particular was very helpful to...More

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Helen F
8 June 2018|
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Response from Darren F | Reviewed this property |
No it's completely inappropriate- sorry - it's rough terrain
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Response from yulifer | Reviewed this property |
We had three dogs and they were off lead most of the way.
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megan t
30 June 2015|
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Response from johnkeith3040 |
The caves are at 350 meters and the walk starts from 138m, so the total ascent is only 212 meters. However the last section is a litle steep, but with a good path. Quite suitable for a family walk.
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