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“Morning walk ”

Glen Roy National Nature Reserve
Ranked #1 of 6 things to do in Roybridge
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Owner description: Antiguo valle glacial, en Escocia, famoso por sus "paralel roads", marcas del hielo en la roca de distintas épocas glaciares
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

Beautiful part of the country. Lots of wildlife. Many viewpoints. Perfect for anyone taking a stroll on a fine day. We were in the rain and was even better in my opinion. Love these places in Scotland

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Reviewed 7 March 2017

Great views from the car park a few miles up the glen (on left). Information available from Lochaber Geopark Association at the Darwin's Rest in Roy Bridge or on the Scotland's National Nature Reserve website.

Thank Stewart P
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Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

I love nature mountain Gulley scene... You can try a big loud shout and the echo is beautiful.

In summer time, Glen Roy is beautiful clear and green.

I bet winter time, it's different view for sure!

It's easy to recognize Glen Roy location, there's a big space for car parking and guidelines board! You will pass few village houses before reach Glen Roy!

I love this place very much!

Thank ABVisor
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Reviewed 22 September 2016

Having been interested in glaciation since my school days, I stumbled across reference to this landscape feature close to where we were staying in Spean Bridge. After driving along a single lane track for about 3 miles you reach a parking area with an informative explanatory plaque about the Parallel Roads. The scenery is beautiful and the landscape feature easy to make out and clearly explained.

Thank HilaryJA
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Reviewed 1 September 2016

We were staying at Roy Bridge and passed the sign to this ice-age scene every day. I had a spare morning and drove up to the viewpoint which is about 3 miles from the main road.
Worth a side trip, nice viewpoint, great place to stay in a campervan overnight, silent and secluded. Other people parked there to walk around the valley, I just took a few photos and came back. Good information board telling the story of Charles Darwin when he visited (expecting to find sea shells on the ridge lines). Three very distinct lines along the valley sides.

Thank Mark P
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