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All reviews salmon car park short walk nice walk suspension bridge stretch your legs worth a visit public toilets heavy rain the main road easy walk forestry commission beautiful forest great stop lovely place to visit direct route gentle walk
A nice walk down to the falls through the pine trees. You are rewarded by a view up the falls from the Suspension Bridge over which you can walk to the trails on the other side. If you concentrate enough and are here at the...More
As luck would have it I saw no salmon leaping, but later in the day others in the party did. It's a bit of a hike down in terms of steepness for some possibly) and up and even more from Strathpeffer, which I did. wear...More
My wife and I came here with my sister in law and our 16 month old child.
We had an incredible time here.
The parking is great, lots of space to park.
The route to the falls is very easy to walk and to follow....More
Peaceful nature track, wooden throw pass to waterfall and stony river. Idyllic place, sit on the stone and listen river voice. The trail is easy, but with some slopes, there is parking lot available at start point.
Just a short walk (not suitable for those with mobility problems) are the Falls and salmon ladder. In season finishing October you may be able to see salmon leaping upstream to their breeding grounds ( Sadly we didn't). Well worth an hour off the NC500...More
You can't go very far with a buggy/pram or wheelchair. It's a beautiful stop even if you have to carry your baby for ten/twenty minutes.
There's a beautiful view of the waterfalls not far from the car park and if you're scared of wobbly bridges...More
We saw this on a general tourist map and as it was on our way we decided to visit. Excellent choice! This Forestry Commission site has a car park with adjacent toilets. It is about a 10 minute walk along a good path to the...More
Give me a river running through a wood and I’m pretty happy, so a walk at Rogie Falls suited me down to the ground. The actual falls aren’t particularly impressive, and would only warrant three stars, but combined with a pleasant woodland setting and some...More