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Totally loved this walk,as I'm not the fittest middle aged lady I was a bit nervous but I had no problems at all in walking to the waterfall. The scenery is outstanding,words can't describe how beautiful this area is, the weather was a real mixed...More
I Say this title because this isn’t a place you can just drive up and see. You really haven’t scramble over rough rocks and in our case thru water streams cutting over shear drops. The trek is longer then expected(more so if you walk al...More
We saw this on our way up Ben Nevis, checked it out afterwards & decided to find it. Parked in the furthest car park, then about 30 minutes of a lovely walk by the river. (Hold on to young children). Suddenly the narrow gorge opens...More
This was a nice, fairly short hike with an incredible destination. The hike itself is moderate with some rocky areas and a great gorge area. If you have good hiking boots and take your time you will be all set. I'm an overweight almost 50...More
We walked from the lower falls, the lower falls were very nice. We passed a section full of different mushrooms. It was fun to see pretty mushrooms. The walk is easy. Not much elevation gain. Just need to watch out for few spots of wet...More
Wonderful walk to a stunning waterfall. A little hard work in places but absolutely worth it. Our family ranged from 8 yrs to very active 73yrs and all managed the terrain well. There is a little cable bridge at the end, you do not have...More
Response from Gianluca B | Reviewed this property |
To my memory there are no barriers and I don’t think that they would close the park, which anyhow is small. Personally I would opt for the Lower falls car park and then move up early morning, as very near and flat land.