For a low-level adventure, the Glen Nevis trails are a delight. One of the best short walks in Scotland, the rocky path through the Nevis Gorge to the cascading Steall Falls, is highly recommended, and is detailed as a linear walk with a short loop at the end. A return circuit of the route is approximately 4.5 km.
Arrange a return taxi to take you to the start of the walk at the Steall Falls car park. The journey will be around 10-15 minutes each way. We recommend Cloudy’s Taxis +44 (0) 7500 362 424 (approx. £20 each way).
Tip van de auteur
VeiligheidsaanwijzingenPlease take care on this route - the terrain is rough underfoot and there are steep drops beside the path in places. Although short and relatively easy you should be sure-footed and have sturdy footwear to safely undertake this hike.
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Points of Interest
A beautiful waterfall ostensibly tumbling 120m into a wide-open scenic valley backed by tall mountains of the Nevis Gorge. It’s said to be Scotland’s second-highest waterfall, which would be fitting considering it is in close proximity to Ben Nevis, which is the tallest mountain in Britain.