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Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve

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Loch Laggan, Fort William, Scotland
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A Scenetic walk all the way

Its my pleasure to be there. We spend an hour there to complete a trail and it was an awesome... read more

Reviewed October 23, 2017
srilil9
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Stunning, amazing scenery, wonderful fauna/flora

Stunning, amazing scenery, wonderful fauna/flora Next to good road but otherwise a bit remote... read more

Reviewed August 28, 2017
jamesthefirstand6
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Ascot, United Kingdom
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Oct 23, 2017
“A Scenetic walk all the way”
Aug 28, 2017
“Stunning, amazing scenery, wonderful fauna/flora”
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Loch Laggan, Fort William, Scotland
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Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

Its my pleasure to be there. We spend an hour there to complete a trail and it was an awesome experience. View point is awesome and superb sceneries through out the walk. We didn't see any birds or animals there may be the best time...More

1  Thank srilil9
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

Stunning, amazing scenery, wonderful fauna/flora Next to good road but otherwise a bit remote. Need to walk a bit.

Thank jamesthefirstand6
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

This reserve offers everything from simple walks to tackling a true Scottish mountain experience. Be sure to be well-equipped if you head for the upper slopes. Situated alongside Loch Laggan, you cannot beat this for experiencing 'wild' Scotland. Good information boards in the large carpark...More

3  Thank aberdeenangler
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Reviewed 10 August 2016

Good walking trip with a free car park and essential facilities such as information boards and toilets. Shame there isn't a slightly longer length walk - you either do 2km or 10km, there is nothing in between! If you are planning on doing the longer...More

2  Thank Sarahnatalie11
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Reviewed 18 November 2015

There were plenty of bird wildlife as we visited.Good time of year to visit as spring was in the air.

1  Thank mambo5Scotland
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Reviewed 7 September 2015

You can choose one of 3 easy trails, or go for it and take a 5 mile trip to to the hidden jewel. Free parking on site.

4  Thank hornblower1492
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Reviewed 27 June 2015

Nice place to spend a few hours and can easily be experienced as part of a bigger day (e.g. multiple hikes, passing through region by car). The entry has a large parking lot with picnic tables which are perfect for a snack. Their is a...More

2  Thank ADG33
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Reviewed 13 June 2015

Creag Meagaidh and 2 other 3000ft mountains nearby make a great walk before heading off to Skye. Still quite a lot of snow above 3000ft this month due to cold spring.

Thank Donald F
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Reviewed 5 June 2015 via mobile

The area offers everything from well maintained easy access for occassional walkers through to Munro summits and ice climbing on the crags in winter. A wide range of wildlife and local fauna which can all be enjoyed with easy access from the carpark. An excellent...More

1  Thank Ginger1974
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Reviewed 27 May 2015

Was told about this walk by the b&b we was staying in,we was so glad we did it, Amazing scenery and well marked walk with a path,There is a information centre that has maps and toilets before your walk, Good walking shoes and waterproofs are...More

1  Thank sandra W
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Yes all dogs are welcome. We do have livestock all year round and ground nesting birds during spring and summer, so we ask that all dogs are under close control.
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