....In that order; views of the loch, especially from the top of the monument are beautiful and atmospheric. The exhibition in the visitors' centre can only be seen if you buy a ticket for the monument but it doesn't really explain the history in much detail, not many exhibits and more style over substance, don't understand why this isn't opened up free to everyone as half the people seemed more interested in looking at the viaduct which is quite a distance from here.
Climb up the monument isn't very difficult, apart from the small opening at the top. Best place to get a view of the viaduct if this is what you have really come to see.
Highlight was the informal history lesson and homespun philosophy from the guide at the entrance to the monument, he made this worth the money and far more informative than the official exhibition.
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