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ArdessieFalls

2 miles (3 km)

These delightful falls are located on the south western shore ofLittle Loch Broom in the Scottish Highlands near Dundonnell.
The site is a real hidden gem with a walking trail taking you up to a series of picturesque waterfalls.
You can start the walk from the parking area off the A832, just north of the falls. Then climb the footpath heading south along the Ardessie Burn gorge to the falls. It's a lovely spot with the rushing falls and fine views back to Loch Broom.
The path can get quite wet and muddy so a good pair of walking shoes is advised, particularly after wet weather.

Postcode

IV23 2QY - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Head south west and you could visit Victoria Falls at Loch Maree. The climb to Beinn Eighe and the Gairloch Waterfall Walk in Flowerdale Glen are also in this area.
Also nearby is the town of Ullapool where you can climb to the viewpoint at Ullapool Hill and catch the ferry over to Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Scottish Highlands Walks page.

Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby

Photos

Ardessie Falls - geograph.org.uk - 2470904

Ardessie Falls. A path from the A832 road along the shore of Little Loch Broom leads up the right bank of the Ardessie Burn to the Corbett Sail Mhor & views of the falls add interest to the climb. Apart from fine views over the loch a herd of wild goats are to be seen in this area.

Waterfalls, Allt Airdeasaidh - geograph.org.uk - 647989

Waterfalls, Allt Airdeasaidh. Sail Mhor in the background

Gorge on the Ardessie Burn - geograph.org.uk - 2421895

Gorge on the Ardessie Burn

The west bank of the Ardessie burn - geograph.org.uk - 2421885

The west bank of the Ardessie burn with view back to Loch broom

Allt Airdeasaidh - geograph.org.uk - 648066

Allt Airdeasaidh. After the relatively flat upper reaches, the burn begins to carve a gorge down to Little Loch Broom at this point.

Ardessie Burn and Sgurr Ruadh - geograph.org.uk - 858595

Ardessie Burn and Sgurr Ruadh. A very fine Graham Top, well worth a visit.

Ardessie Burn and Sail Mhor - geograph.org.uk - 858546

Sail Mhor. The Corbett seen from the path

Ruined croft, Allt Airdeasaidh - geograph.org.uk - 648059

Ruined croft, Allt Airdeasaidh

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