Steall Falls walk in Glen Nevis
Steall Falls is a superb low-level walk in Glen Nevis, Fort William, below Ben Nevis and the surrounding mountains.
Once in the Gorge you will be delighted with wild flowers, gently cascading streams and some superb views both ahead of you and behind. After a short but pleasant walk over rocky ground the gorge opens up to reveal a hanging valley with Steall Falls pouring into the scene from high above. Stealls Falls is a good option all year round and is particularly beautiful after snowfall. A further 15 minute walk brings you to the wire-rope bridge where you can see Steall Falls at close hand, and test your balance and nerve by crossing the river on the steel rope bridge. Don't forget your camera, waterproofs and a snack - you may want to stay longer than you think!
Only 15 minutes from Fort William High Street by car, at the head of Glen Nevis
Always take extra care of your personal safety when walking in the mountains. The route of this walk is on land owned by The John Muir trust and so you should obey the Outdoor Code at all times.