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Spent the morning going for a walk around here from Tomich, there is plenty of nature, pretty views and walking trails to follow. It was a really hot day so after a lot of up hill climbing we decided to cool off in the river....More
We had planned to do the 12 mile circuit around the loch but were thwarted by a very fast running knee high stream. I don't whether this was because of snow melting from the surrounding mountains but it was impassable unless you were prepared to...More
On the advice of our B&B hosts we drove to the last of three car parks and walked up to the high viewpoint (15-20 minute loop) and then along the river path (30-40 minute loop). Lovely views all around, especially from the high point overlooking...More
We visit Glen Affric very often, having visited for the first time 10 years ago and then deciding more recently to move close by.
Every minute, the wonderful views change with the light and each day brings with it a new perspective.
There are good...More
Lovely snowy walk with the wife and kids (aged 11 & 13) in Glen Affric. We walked Dogg Falls and Coire Loch on a cold and very snowy day. No one else about, amazing scenery but sadly no Golden Eagles or Deer...
The attendant at the gas bar in classic suggested the drive to the hydro dam. Its great. Above the trawling, lochs, rivers mountains! then to the falls at the south. Do the full walk. Lovely varied scenery
Response from GeorgieGirl0 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, some lovely short trails. My nephews enjoyed the River Affric walk from the top car park, where there’s also a very short trail up to a view point. You could take them to see the stags in Glen Cannich very nearby.