We visited this place in december. There was almost none turists. The road was slippery and muddy, but the view from the top was perfect.
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We hiked part way to this one (time constraints), but the best views of the actual rock formation are from the road (or with a drone). The hike was not strenuous, but it's populated with many sightseers, so you'll have company!
My sister and I spent several hours hiking up here... because there are no trees the view changes with every 10 feet in elevation where you see more and more as you climb; not something we are used to living near the Adirondack National Park!...More
Walk up to the Old Man of Storr with family and friends. A lot of snow had fallen and the path was VERY icy. It didnt help that people where sliding down on their bottoms and sledging down it. Despite the dangerous and difficult conditions...More
We loved the climb here despite the 50mph cross winds. The views are beautiful as are the photo opportunities. Be prepared for a fairly tough hike, especially if the weather is not so goo. Park on the road and up you go. Often gets crowded.
Stopped here en route to Ullapool around about 5PM in late October 2017. Had been recommended travelling here by a girl I met, and it was certainly one of the highlights of my trip! Spoke to a few people down the bottom who told me...More
Family holiday in the mesmerising Isle of Skye. If you are exploring Skye, the Storr must be at the top of your list. Steep in places and can be muddy and slippery but with decent walking boots and your sense of adventure this hike is...More
It bucketed down when I climbed this and the visibility was lost, but it was still a good hike although not really sure where it ends but I realised no one else was still climbing so I guess the reached the rocky pinnacle that is...More