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Falls of Bruar

Falls of Bruar


Postby velvet-rose » Sat Oct 03, 2009 9:18 pm

Route description: The Falls of Bruar, near Blair Atholl

Date walked: 03/10/2009

Time taken: 2 hours

Distance: 1 km

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A beautiful walk, we took the path up to the higher bridge from across the low bridge to the right, was steeper and flat ground, as we crossed the higher bridge,( A picnic area,) the path was rugged,tree roots (must be careful not to trip.) but softer underfoot. not as steep as the otherside. Tho I am disabled and suffer breathing problems, we took our time, and found it a very pleasant walk. If anyone is disabled, the left walkway to the higher bridge is not so steep, even if rugged. Not wheelchair accessible. even the walk to lower bridge is amazing. beware with children as the walk to the higher bridge is not fenced, so dangerous. Best to keep dogs on leads .
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