Just 4 miles along the A82 heading towards Fort William. We first took this walk last year after living here for 7 years and holidaying for many more. An excellent place to spot red squirrels as just off the car park a viewing screen has been placed with head sized holes at various heights where you can pop your head and your camera and watch the squirrels unnoticed.
There are 3 walks, ranging from 2km – 6km. The Righ Falls cascade down 8 drops along Glen Righ where you might spot some folk canyoning down the gorge.
The Waterfall Trail, a 2km circular walk, with great views over to the Ardgour.
The Wade's Road Trail, a 3.8km circular walk, progresses steadily up the nearby glen, following the route of a military road built to help thwart Jacobite unrest in the 1720's. You can see the rock-cut ditches left by the Redcoats.
The An Drochaid Trail, a 6km circular walk, sweeps beyond the Righ Falls through native woodland and above a dry river gorge with impressive views. Some of the route is along the A82.
Keep your eyes open for the Forestry Commission publication called The Forests of the Great Glen (we do have some in stock at the time of writing this) where all 3 walks are illustrated or you can download the walk from the link below.