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We had a lovely walk in the fog and rain with our dog (on a lead as there are vertical drops). It is quite steep and slippery when wet also worth noting that there was a rock slide that made it a tricky scramble (dog...More
This is a scenic and moderately difficult hike to a hidden (lost) valley. There are numerous small waterfalls along the way, and the valley itself, when you finally get there, is quite scenic.
For the most part, the trail is reasonably evident, and it is...More
You need quite a good level of fitness to follow this trail but it is worth the effort.
The path is relatively easy to find but quite steep most of the way up. At the top of the trail you get your reward which is...More
This is a hike, there’s a path to follow and it’s about 300m of elevation gain, it’s only about 2km to the valley. Could be slippy when wet.
For the love of god make sure you go left when you come to a river just...More
Thoroughly enjoyed this walk up to the hidden valley. It’s definitely worth the hike up through the gorge- it takes about 45 mins to an hour each way. A short, but dramatic hike. Some parts are quite scrambly, so be prepared with footwear (hiking boots)....More
We loved this walk ..it's a scramble at times but our 11 year old did into problem...crossing over the river was tricky as it was high ..I think the best way would be to talk off your shoes and paddle across like I saw some...More
Well worth a short hike in any weather. We walked in torrential rain and could still see the beauty of this magnificent place. The hike is easy for those who walk regularly, there is a decent path which takes you to the heart of the...More
Hi, I have walked this many times and although not a difficult walk you have to be prepared. Definitely need boots or something with ankle support , no one should walk in trainers as no grip and slip when wet. Also no jeans... More
Hi, I have walked this many times and although not a difficult walk you have to be prepared. Definitely need boots or something with ankle support , no one should walk in trainers as no grip and slip when wet. Also no jeans as they get too heavy when wet and cool you down.
This path is all rock and steep in some places, it does follow a gully and some parts need extra care. I'm not sure where you are from but if you don't know Scotland then have to advise you that the weather changes VERY quickly and the mist can descend in a very short space of time which can be disorientating. There is also a small waterfall/river to cross which it it's been dry is no problem but can be quite full of it's been wet.
I've heard some tour bus drivers telling folk they can easily walk it in 30minutes which is utter nonsense unless you run it.
There is also no phone signal so you should really carry a whistle. I don't want to discourage your walk just sometimes folk don't understand the weather etc and all walks in this area deserve respect.
If you have some experience then you should be ok. If you are unsure then there are local guides you can book to take you. It's well worth going so enjoy it.Glencoe is one of the most fabulous areas.
If you're staying in the area try and visit the Glencoe Lochan.