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...one of my favourite places. So much so I was tempted to not review it, so it remains quieter and a little less discovered. Dulsie is beautiful in the summer (where you can scramble down the banks to the river) and awe inspiring with the...More
Lovely old bridge in a stunning setting. Park up and follow the path around to get a brilliant view of the bridge. A sign tells you some information about the bridge and about how high the waters reached during a flood.
Follow the path further...More
...It's well worth it! The car in front of us stopped, waited 10 seconds and drove off. Great! Now we have the place to ourselves. It's not a challenging descent, just a few feet of steep bank and then you're on the riverbank. We scrambled...More
I had seen a bit about this bridge on TV and just had to visit. What a lovely spot with picnic tables nearby and walks around the area. So glad we came here. We had come over Dave Moor and drove around Lochindorb Loch. What...More
I have been coming here over the years as the bridge is rather unique. The whole thing is very quaint. During my last visit in 2016 there was unfortunately a lot of rubbish lying about (left over by picnickers and other tourists).
We cycled over from Cawdor Castle (about 10 miles) It was a nice ride through very quite farmland and easy to find. there are lots of signs pointing the way so you can not get lost. You can scramble down a steep path beside the...More
After you’ve crossed the beautiful bridge there’s a little place to park and a big bit of green grass that has picnic tables to sit at next to some trees I’d the weather is nice enough. There’s a path you can follow that leads you...More