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All reviews lovely walk car park ossian's hall woodland walk the river salmon national trust for scotland easy walk varying lengths snack van stunning waterfall enjoyable walk stone bridge huge trees longer walk public toilets viewing platform
The trees this time of year are just magnificent. It's an easy stroll along the river and up to the waterfall, with stunning views. There's disabled access and parking available. We had a wonderful day exploring this beautiful place.
Wow, a beautiful place. The colors were amazing, from the trees that were changing color, to the waterfalls and moss covered rocks. I highly recommend taking a day trip here and just wandering around the landscape. It’s a soothing peaceful place, with a great history.
What a stunning woodland! So beautiful of autumnal colours everywhere! The big trees made me felt like being in the Enchanted Wood!!! The view from the bridge was marvelous! It was so beautiful that photos can't do justice! A pleasure walk that suits everyone!
We visited the hermitage today with friends - it really is a lovely walk and the kids were amazed by the waterfalls. However, our trip was all but ruined by the ridiculous and quite frankly barbaric policy of not allowing people to use the toilet...More
It was pouring down, but the towering trees provides us with some shelter. The river and waterfall was mesmerizing. I could have spent hours wandering this place, or going for a longer hike. I would love to come back.
A beautiful walk through the autumnal trees by the waterside and some outstanding views of the waterfalls. Great place for a photography, reason of our visit. I have walked this route a few times but would advise going early to catch the "golden hour" and...More
Visited on a sunny day at the start of October. The walk is easy and very well maintained- but be warned there are some quite steep drops - beware if you've youngsters or elderly folks with you.
Plenty parking and a nice cafe available too....
Have been visiting since well before time of Dunkeld bypass when access was via village of Inver. Very busy these days with passing tourists on main road and well maintained. Always worth stopping at when passing