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The Falls of Foyers Walk


This is a short walk to enjoy if you are passing through Foyers on your way alongside Loch Ness,  guaranteed to stretch both legs and lungs... Foyers is in two parts, Upper and Lower and the falls are best reached from Upper Foyers. You can extend the walk by going on into Lower Foyers, on the lochside (this is one of the best areas for spotting the monster...) The paths are narrow and steep and a lot of work has been put into them, steps built, fencing erected, but the paths can be slippery in wet weather (see the notice at the start of the walk). The gorge is narrow and wooded, very attractive.

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Other nearby Walks

Fort Augustus to Glenmoriston
Inverfarigaig - Foyers - Loch Ness - Inverfarigaig
Plodda Falls
Gaick Pass, Dalnacardoch - Tromie Bridge, or In Reverse: Part 1
The Easains
River Oich Walk: Fort Augustus
The Falls of Foyers
Inverfarigaig to Lochan Torr an Tuill
Drumnadrochit - Craigmonie - Divach Falls
Tomich and Beinn Mhor
Abriachan - Drumnadrochit (Great Glen Way)
Daviot Wood - Milton of Leys
Blackfold to Craig Dunain (Great Glen Way)
St Mary's Well
The Ness Islands
Mam Mor Walk
Phoineas Hill
Ormond Castle Walk
Fortrose - Swallow Den - Rosemarkie - Fortrose
River Conon Walk
Strathpeffer to Cnoc Mor
Contin - Rogie Falls - Contin
Achterneed Circular Walk

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