On day three, we headed to River Droma to see the 60m plunge into the River Droma. The walk to a Victorian suspension bridge is short but steep. Once there, you can see one of the most spectacular gorges and view a series of crashing waterfalls.
Corrieshalloch Gorge is designated a National Nature Reserve. The paths are easily negotiated around the woodland—a beautiful and quiet place to be.
We were supposed to go to Applecross, but the roads were blocked due to repairs.
This is a picture heavy post but I hope you still enjoy it.