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Corrieshalloch Gorge Tours

Corrieshalloch Gorge
Created by glacial meltwater, the tree-lined Corrieshalloch Gorge is punctuated by a series of waterfalls. From an observation deck and swaying suspension bridge, you can look down upon the rushing River Droma, which courses through the ravine and drops over the 150-foot (46-meter) Falls of Measach.

The Basics
Explore Corrieshalloch Gorge via well-marked hiking trails on a self-guided tour. The gorge features a Victorian-era suspension bridge and a viewing platform that extends out over the canyon’s sheer edge. Some multi-day tours of the Scottish Highlands and Scottish isles stop at Corrieshalloch Gorge, and typically cover other west Highland highlights such as the Isle of Skye, Lewis and Harris, and the Orkney Islands.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • The trails at Corrieshalloch Gorge are relatively easy, making them suitable for visitors of all fitness levels.
  • Wear shoes with good tread as the path to the bridge can be slippery when wet.
  • The suspension bridge sways a little, and can be unnerving for travelers with a fear of heights.
  • The gorge is wheelchair-accessible and stroller-friendly, though the path is steep in parts. 
 
How to Get There
From Ullapool, drive south along the A835 and then turn right onto the A832 at Braemore Junction. Parking is available just east of Braemore Junction. Buses also run from Ullapool and stop at Braemore Junction, though they can be sporadic so it’s better to drive or come as part of a tour. 

When to Get There 
The summer months of July and August come with the highest concentration of crowds. In spring, wildflowers blossom around the gorge while in fall, the surrounding birch, rowan, hazel, oak, and elm trees show off their autumnal colors.

Birdwatching at the Gorge
Corrieshalloch Gorge is a designated National Nature Reserve; the woodlands surrounding the gorge harbor many different types of feathered fliers. Keen bird-watchers may be able to identify several species of note, including ravens who nest on the ledges of the gorge’s steep walls, and golden eagles, who can sometimes be spotted circling the skies overhead. 
Address: Ullapool, Scotland
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Ullapool Tour

Ullapool Tour

Ullapool is a picturesque fishing town which is on the world-famous NC 500. The breathtaking drive from Inverness to this beautiful spot on the west coast will take around an hour and 30 mins. On route we will visit the fantastic Corrieshalloch Gorge with it's stunning views. When you arrive in Ullapool you will have the opportunity to walk around and try some local street food. We would recommend the award-winning Seafood Shack or the traditional fish and chips, you can enjoy the view of the harbour whilst snacking away.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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US$332.10
Price varies by group size
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3-Day North Coast 500 Small-Group Tour from Inverness

3-Day North Coast 500 Small-Group Tour from Inverness

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Scotland's North Coast 500 is the country's answer to Route 66 and not having a vehicle doesn't mean having to miss out. Travel in a top-of-the-range, 16-seat Mercedes mini-coach and see all of the highlights, from serene beaches to dramatic sea cliffs, and includes accommodation.
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  • 3 days
  • Taking safety measures
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US$376.02
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