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Brilliant little hike up to the caves and falls. We had our grandchild and nephew aged 3 and 4. It is a steep climb however we just kept them amused and they were able to climb to the cave. Once in the caves they had...More
Stunning waterfalls. We found that during our hiking holiday in Highlands. They are "hidden" a little from the path, but worth to see. It was exciting experience.
When climbing down to upper fall, pay very close attention to your steps. Stones are slippery, especially when...More
Lovely circular walk which is very well laid out, particularly by the falls. Either way a hard but doable climb to start on uneven ground but well worth it.
Make sure you go into the Hermit’s Cave, it is dark to start but as a...More
Well worth a visit - good strenuous walk up and an interesting walk through the hermits cave to view the falls then onto the top and round and then down again via a viewing platform - absolutely lovely
Stunning views of the snow covered Ben Lawers, Loch Tay and Kenmore were a bonus to a good mornings walk stopping frequently to take photos. We were rewarded towards the end when a red squirrel joined us. I have been visiting this area for many...More
The circular walk up to the falls, over the bridge and down through the woods has been a great walk for us when our family was young. Now that our boys are in their teens, the walk up to the stone circle and on to...More
Take your time up the moderately steep stoney track to the Hermit's Cave and keep looking back at the wonderful views. Have a torch (or phone) handy and creep through the cave to be rewarded with the first glimpse of the falls. Back through the...More
We took the walk and have to say found the steep upward section quite arduous. A couple of brief rests at the Hermit’s Cave and Viewpoint went down well. The views of the Falls on the downward journey (closest to Acharn) were spectacular, and being...More