Waterfall in the Scottish Highlands
The waterfall at Ardessie near Camusnagaul is often missed as the smaller waterfall near the main road (the A832) is surrounded by trees and you can easily drive past without giving more than a glance. If you stop and take a few minutes to look out from the bridge you will get an idea of the incredible waterfall that comes down from Sail Mhor and Ruigh Mheallain mountains.
After a rainstorm the waterfalls on the hill can be truly spectacular and it is well worth taking the time to walk up the rough path to the upper waterfalls, not only do you get to see the power of the water coming off the mountain you also see over Little Loch Broom and get a great view of the scenery around Camusnagaul and Dundonnell.
View from roadside to the lower waterfall at Ardessie in Wester Ross
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The waterfalls at Ardessie are a reasonably short walk from the holiday cottages at Camusnagaul.