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A delightful series of splash-pools and gullies in the waterfalls on Allt Coir a' Mhadaith, Coire na Creiche, Glenbrittle, in the Cuillin hills.

You will need walking boots and an afternoon to spare in order to reach these pools; but what better way to cool down on a hot day's hike? Park at the forest car park at Moineach Mararaulin and walk up the valley.
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  • Added: 19/12/2011

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/video/2009/aug/21/wild-swim-skye-fairy-pools

    • Flashy river / prone to flooding
    • Jumping and falling

    This is a crowd-sourced map. Abilities vary, and conditions change. Always assess risks for yourself before getting in.

  • Added: 15/06/2013

    http://youtu.be/f4EpAXu-d6A

    Arch, to walk over, to swim under! Crystal clear, and very 'refreshing' water

  • Added: 12/09/2013

    Enchating...

  • Added: 11/08/2017

    Stunning pools, but insanely popular. The paths on either side are getting trashed and there are hundreds of people in the summer months. If you are going I strongly recommend going very early or walking in from either glen brittle or Sligachan. The Slig walk has the benefit of lots of lovely waterfalls and pools that you can have to yourself!

    • Submerged Objects
    • Prone to Flooding
    • Jumping and Falling

    This is a crowd-sourced map. Abilities vary, and conditions change. Always assess risks for yourself before getting in.

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