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A great walk next to the stream and close to Dunrobin castle. There are about 7 wooden bridges crossing the stream and you see one major waterfall and a number of smaller falls. Bit muddy at the top end and some of the branches need...More
As you leave Golspie heading to Dunrobin Castle on the A9, the Big Burn Walk car park is on the left just after the Golspie Inn. The car park is not big.
The walk is about 4 kilometres round trip out to the waterfall and...More
Up along the steep sided gorge (well, mini gorge!) crossing back and forth across the river in dappled sunlight and the water falling from the moss and the ferns-you’re going to start looking for fairies! Can be muddy so be wellshod unless the weather has...More
This beautiful river walk is well worth taking the time to stop and enjoy. We loved criss-crossing the river enjoying every vista that each new turn brought us. The abundance of lichens and liverwort added a magical feel to this very accessible walk. We took...More
You can park in the car park just off the road (A9 near Dunrobin Castle) it is signposted. It is then a good two miles walk along beside the burn and up through the forest. On the day I visited it was quite muddy underfoot...More
We were staying locally and went on this walk while finding Geocahe's. The views and waterfalls are amazing, and we had the added bonus of additional waterfalls created through a few days of heavy rain. The walk is suitable for all ages, and even wheelchairs...More