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We stopped here on the way back from John O'Groats to Inverness. It's not easy to find, but Google maps helps. The café was closed but we walked past that to the steps and then descended to the bottom.
The cove is dramatic and we...More
Stunning views and a great walk. I went on a winters day with me boyfriend and his two nieces. The views were just incredible and we had great fun going up and down the steps. On the way back to the car we bumped into...More
Use Google Earth...find the landmarks to get there. THERE ARE NO SIGNS. Once there, walk past the cafe to the steps. Amazing piece of work that leads from the bluff down to the sea. It's an amazing piece of history and testimony to what people...More
to see in Scotland.Not easy to find , you can spot the right place if you look for a junction of 4 streets and there are some hauses in a row.You go down with steps and you get a really beautifull place,Just take your time...More
We were keen to walk the steps, but must say I was a bit iffy at first, but once you get past the first bend the steps are slightly enclosed and not so scary (well for me anyway!). I was so pleased I managed to...More
What a fabulous place to visit. The peace and tranquillity when you are sitting at the bottom overlooking the cliffs and sea is amazing. Quite a few steps to go up and down but if u take ur time it is well worth it.
Not only is the scenery as breathtaking as everyone has reviewed but when I went in mid August after several days of hard rain I was surprised to see a nice flowing waterfall off the cliff face into the water similar to Mealt Falls.
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Dogs are definitely allowed, I took mine but kept him on the leash as there’s a shear drop and no barriers between the steps and the North Sea below. I think they are open every day unless the local council are doing major... More
Dogs are definitely allowed, I took mine but kept him on the leash as there’s a shear drop and no barriers between the steps and the North Sea below. I think they are open every day unless the local council are doing major maintenance work on them or really bad weather. When I went there was a council worker doing some minor repairs on the lower steps but they were still open to the public.