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The Long Drop

By AndyTheBee
Corrieshalloch Gorge , Ross-shire. Carved out by glacial melt waters at the end of the ice age, it is 1.5km long and 60m deep and in the care of The National Trust for Scotland. A trip across the wire rope suspension bridge above the head of these falls is not for the faint of heart Smile

Tags: Nature Waterfalls Rivers Gorge Landscape and travel Landscapeandtravel

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2 Dec 2017 1:58AM
You wouldn’t get name on that bridge! I wonder if you were brave enough Andy. Great shot. Pam

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Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2017 3:49AM
Wonderful Nature shot...
IsabelGrinGrin
AndyTheBee 10 1 Scotland
2 Dec 2017 4:12AM

Quote:You wouldn’t get name on that bridge! I wonder if you were brave enough Andy

Yes I was Pam, but my knees did tremble somewhat.

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