Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve

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Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve

Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve
4.5
Nature & Wildlife Areas • Canyons
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Al R
Bristol, UK180 contributions
Stunning narrow gorge and woodlands
Jun 2021
This is well worth a visit as long as you don't mind a bouncy bridge over a steep and narrow gorge with a beautiful waterfall and rapids as the river winds its way to Loch Broom.

We found it beautiful, including the surrounding woodlands in the reserve. And so unexpected and peaceful.

Glad we went.
Written 27 June 2021
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Valerie B
Thetford, UK26 contributions
Magical gorge and woodlands.
Jun 2021
Magical waterfall, very steep sides. Apparently you can swim upstream at certain times of the year to the base of waterfull, but only for the brave!
Written 24 June 2021
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Mcshanks
Motherwell, UK33 contributions
Worth a visit
Sep 2020 • Couples
We found this gorge on trip advisor and thought we had to visit.It was a short walk to the suspension bridge from the car park,the view was excellent.It was definitely worth a visit.Never seen anything like this before.You could also go to another view point after crossing the bridge.This would be good for families as it was a case of paying £2 for parking. No other cost involved.
Written 7 September 2020
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Divadolly
Angus, UK196 contributions
Great experience
Jul 2020
This was a great experience with great scenery. It's a beautiful walk through the woods to the gorge and we got some amazing photos. There's an amazing view from the bridge and there's a small path through a gate under the bridge with a great view as well. There's seating areas dotted around as well if you need a rest. The car park isn't very big so there's limited spaces and the toilets were closed. Apart from that it's well woth a visit
Written 20 July 2020
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Lincsman
N.E.Lincs253 contributions
Great place to visit but time it right!
Sep 2019
We visited whilst touring Scotland. There is limited parking just off the road side which is also used by tour groups/minibuses! This is a NT site with an 'honesty' box system. We were fortunate to be between groups and enjoyed crossing the wobbly suspension bridge and views in relative tranquility really focussing on the natural spectacle.
Written 15 February 2020
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Christopher c
midlands64 contributions
Good Walk and views
Oct 2019
Just got back from a week in the Lovely Scottish highlands,this place was just down the road from us,was a great walk for the dogs and us humans,great views,it is a pay and display £2 donation to the upkeep,prety fair i thought!!
Written 21 October 2019
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Tim D
Cleethorpes, UK234 contributions
Steep and uneven path. But worth it
Aug 2019 • Family
There is quite a walk with uneven shale path. But the walk is well worth it for the view.

Can be tiring for young kids and would recommend reins. Pushchair is not an option.
Written 18 August 2019
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gamain
Inverell, Australia1 215 contributions
Scenic gorge
Jun 2019 • Couples
Just 46 miles (74kms) north west of Inverness up the A9 & A835 is Corrieshalloch Gorge. With a small bitumen carpark that at times can fill up quickly. A gravel path leads downhill to the suspension bridge, which if crossed the well used path track to a viewing platform, looking along the gorge which is a free entry National Trust of Scotland site. The day was pleasant when we visited with everyone appearing to enjoy the view. No toilets on site and the food van in the carpark was closed. The food van detracted a little on the overall visit, though people do need to find a way to earn an income and it must be used or it would not be there. It took us about 20 minutes to stop, walk and view, with a few families with young child present to enjoy the Nature Reserve, whilst a visitor with a walking disability may have difficulty reaching the suspension bridge to view the gorge.
Written 29 July 2019
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Kathy W
2 contributions
A nice road stop
Jul 2019 • Couples
Break up your drive by stopping here for a short hike and amazing view of the falls. There is also a short loop trail if desired.
Written 20 July 2019
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I H
Edinburgh, UK1 864 contributions
Natures Bounty
Mar 2018 • Friends
If you enjoy the outdoors you will be enchanted and stimulated by this fabulous Gorge. High bridges, deep fissures carved out by fast running waters, old mill runs, viewing platforms, precious drops, beautiful vegetation. It is an outstanding spectacle. Even if these feel a bit daunting, brace yourself, pull your socks up and go for it. You will be so pleased you did.
Written 26 September 2018
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