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Falls of Glomach, Kyle of Lochalsh

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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The Falls of Glomach, in Ross-shire, Scotland, is one of the highest waterfalls in Britain, at 113 m (370 ft).The falls border Kintail, donated to the National Trust for Scotland in 1944 and subsequently incorporating West Affric in 1993. It is not easily reached on foot, requiring an 8 kilometre trek through remote and wild countryside.
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  • This was a 5 mile walk each way, which was the shortest route to access the waterfall. Some parts were boggy and the climb up to the top of the falls was precipitous in places and required a little sc...  read more »
  • What a beautiful walk in to find these falls, makes for a great rest day if you've been giving the munro's a bashing - cycle in too if your not a big walker you won't be disappointed! 
  • This island is full of natural beauties, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, cliffs, huge meadows filled with sheep gordisimas, hairy cows, cows normal green pastures, is a beauty after another and find you're waterfalls is a marvel.
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