The image top right is of the Car Park for
the Lealt Waterfalls Viewpoint with the Top
Waterfalls Viewpoint being next to the Car
The Higher Viewpoints are a short walk
uphill past a Mobile Cafe.
The Top Viewpoints give amazing views over
the Skye Coastline.
There is a Steep Path down to the Lower
Waterfalls with a large Pool below the Falls
for cooling down in warm weather.
The Notice Boards give information on a 3.5
mile walk out to Loch Cuither,
and 4 mile walk up to the scenic Brothers Point,
each taking about 3 hours out and back, 7 and 8
mile walks out and back.
There is also a Roadside Car Park one and a
half miles north of Lealt Falls for the
Brothers Point Walk where you can look for
Dinosaur Footprints. Map
Walks Information with Trails Image.
The Notice Boards also give information on
the history of the area such as many people
worked the area from 1900 - 1960 digging up a
soft rock named Diatomite that was used for
Cosmetics and Toothpastes.
The area was also used for Salmon Fishing,
with Old Buildings down by the Lower Waterfalls
used for fishing and other works.