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Sligachan, Sligachan IV47 8SW, Scotland
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All reviews sligachan hotel mountains surrounding amazing pictures photo opportunity beautiful spot cuillin hills nice stop great scenery worth a stop stunning views the main road isle of skye fairy pools old bridge photos foreground backdrop
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Reviewed yesterday

Defintely stop by this bridge and look at the scenery - stunning. We were told it was one of the most photographed spots in Scotland. We were not disappointed. If you are near the area then allow a half hour stop to walk over the...More

Thank Kath P
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This bridge is at the intersection of main roads in Skye. You could miss it if you are intent on following GPS. It’s worth making sure you don’t miss though. The bridge is lovely but it’s the setting that makes it unforgettable. Wander around and...More

Thank Blythe W
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Following a severe overnight storm, the river was flowing and the clouds lifted, to reveal a great photo opportunity.

Thank Annie K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Being situated at the base of the Cuillin mountains this is a lovely spot. A lovely place to stretch your legs and take in the view.

Thank blossombob
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

While this is an old bridge that is now a walkway this is a great chance to practice your skills in photography. Depending on the time of day you are there will change the light and effect of the photo. Always worth a stop and...More

Thank graeme A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A truely beautiful bridge in a beautiful setting. It makes for wonderful photo ops and just shows how well things were built in the past. We actually drove by it the first time without really seeing it because it kind of blends in with the...More

Thank liss143
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Never reviewed a bridge before but this one is special. Possibly one of the most photographed bridges in Scotland after the forth road and rail bridges. Incredible views of the Cuillins.

Thank NormanDMA
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Always beautiful, even or especially with low cloud, very atmospheric. Believe you can get married on the bridge

Thank Janet M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On our way from Edinburgh to Portree, we stopped here for photos - around 6 pm which was close to sunset. There are a couple of car parks within a very close walking distance - a couple of minutes. If you are in the area,...More

Thank PandaHouston
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Though no longer in use the bridge is in excellent repair and stands as a testament to those who built it. Great example of the stonework of that era. Worth stopping for, if you are in the area though I wouldn't drive too far out...More

Thank David J
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