I'm just wondering if you think The Devil's Pulpit would be accessible by someone with a slight walking disability, if they take great care?
I'm not a walker, but I love being in nature and I'm also a photographer and this location is so inspiring to me ... I'd love to go, but my mobility isn't great. I am very determined, though!
Could anyone give me a realistic idea of how to get there from the road ... distances etc, so that I might determine if it's even worth a shot?
I'd really appreciate it so much!
Hi Steph, If you don`t mind getting wet, you could approach it the way i did, from the east side, if you carry on past where Dave has discribed you`ll come to a junction in the road leading to strathblane and park there. Cross into the field and follow down towards strathblane and go in where the river come out, widens and is much shallower, there is a small bit of climbing required( over fallen trees and some rocky bits) to get right through to were Dave entered, but even still,this side of it would still provide fantastic photo opportunites without having to climb, hope this helps