Attractions & Wildlife

Corrieshalloch Gorge is a National Nature Reserve, managed by the National Trust for Scotland.  One of the main highlights of the gorge is the suspension bridge.  Visitors reach dizzying heights as they stare down 46m (150ft) at the views beneath them as the water flows over the Falls of Measach.  Corrieshalloch Gorge is one of the natural wonders of the Highlands and a site not to be missed.

Corrieshalloch Gorge National Trust

Nature Reserve, Braemore, Ross-shire, IV23 2PJ, Telephone: 0844 4932224, Fax: 0844 4932226, Email:  inverewe@nts.org.uk , Website:  http://www.nts.org.uk/Property/65/

Rogie Falls (Nr Contin which is 7km from Garve)

Although the Rogie Falls may not be particularly high, they are greatly enhanced by their "silvan" setting.  There is an impressive larch-decked suspension bridge which crosses the falls and from here you will find a series of trails which explore the surrounding woodland.  The trails pass through areas which are rich in wildlife and you may be able to spot the elusive pine martins, wildcats, and red squirrels.  Much of the woodland is a working forest with its timber going to boardmills and sawmills throughout north Scotland. 

Contact:
Recreation Forester
01408 634063
e-mail: northhighland@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

 

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