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Here are 8 walks on Trust sites that are a bit
adventurous. They're not arduous hill walks - but
they do require average fitness. They include
some lovely views, rushing streams, cliffs and a
sea journey.
Corrieshalloch Gorge, Ross-shire
Where?
Ross-shire

Difficulty level
Average fitness required

About
This is a walk above a deep gorge that is one of the best examples of a box canyon in Britain. It’s also a National Nature Reserve and is very scenic and exciting - particularly when you stand on the swaying suspension bridge and look down. The gorge is 61m deep and the Falls of Measach, 46m. Enjoy! (Though not recommended for anyone with vertigo?!)

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