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All reviews lovely walk coffee pot circular walk well worth the effort viewing platform spectacular waterfall an iron iron age fort heavy rain great viewing picnic benches fair bit start point south end worth the climb photo opportunity taking photographs
So , we visited here the day after some long , prolonged rainfall. This had a fantastic effect on the waterfall once we reached it. Be aware its a fairly strenuous climb up to it ( not unsafe or dangerous tho!) , so no flip...More
Luckily we had fantastic weather, blue skies, and no wind.
We took the trail up to falls first, and then took the route back down whilst following the river. The walking trail was picturesque and got some spectacular footage on the drone.
There are a...More
It is best to go after heavy rain as the falls will be more spectacular. The walk from Whiting Bay is through woodland and has some uphill sections but for the average walker should be no problem. Be sure to follow the signs and go...More
We walked up from Whiting Bay through some well marked forest trails. A good, but not tough walk until the relatively steep bit at the end. Anyone nearing average fitness shouldn't really struggle, but it is certainly not wheelchair friendly.
The view out from the...More
Eas a` Chrannaig, or The Glenashdale Falls is at the top of a fairly tough trek from Whiting Bay. The paths are great, especially around the viewing platform. The reason all the pictures are the same, is because there is no way down into the...More
Did the circular walk which took in the falls first then round to the giants graves. Quite a steep hill up to the falls but well worth it for the views. Walking shoes are a must. I had walking poles too which helped. Spectacular to...More
We walked from our accommodation - a moderate Hill walk through forest tracks. Well signposted and what a treat, a Iron Age Fort remains and after a couple of small waterfalls leading to the most amazing waterfall with a great “knee trembling” viewing platform.
If you are a waterfall geek like me you will love this walk- I took the main path up following the Burn and then came down on the right side of the woods- I’m glad I went this why as saw two more beautiful waterfalls...More
Response from WelshyandLainey | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest that it will be quite difficult due to the distance, rough path and variable heights however without properly knowing more about your use of a stick it’s difficult to be confident about the advice. Perhaps... More
I would suggest that it will be quite difficult due to the distance, rough path and variable heights however without properly knowing more about your use of a stick it’s difficult to be confident about the advice. Perhaps you should use the initial part as just a walk in the woods so if you need to turn back all is good. We walked round to the Giants Graves from there and descended a narrow path with a cliff to the coastal side. Didn’t enjoy that at all!!!