A Tourist Attractions in Dingwall
There is an impressive larch-decked suspension bridge which crosses the falls from here you will find a series of trails which explore the surrounding woodland. The trails pass through a mixed woodland which provides varied habitats for a wide range of plants and animals including the elusive pine martens, wildcat and red squirrel. Much of the woodland is a working forest, the timber going to sawmills and boardmills throughout north Scotland.
The main Trails that are around the rogie falls are colour coded so you know how much time to allocat for each walk : red 0.75m â€“ allow 1 hour; red/green 0.75m â€“ allow 1 hour; red/blue 3.5m â€“ allow 2.5 hours.
Open All year anytime time during day light hours
Admission is Free
Rogie falls has its own Car Park if you arrive by car there are many cycle routes, and just up the roads if you are after more than a gentle stroll is Ben Wyvis a much bigger challenge.
The Private House Stay's Guide
The gem of the region is the spa town of Strathpeffer that was made popular by the Victorians on the discovery of sulphurous springs in the village. The Strathpeffer hotel still has a grandeur that seems incongruous in such a small place and the Pavilion has now been restored to be a magnificent venue for art exhibitions, weddings and other events. It is greatly recommended to drive slowly from Ullapool on the A835 stopping at the signposted recommendations for salmon leaping spots, gorges and scenic viewpoints. A visit to Moniack Castle south of the Beauly Firth is also recommended.