Our 2nd visit and it was certainly a perfect day for it. Just so lovely like an imagined fairy glade! Steep steps in places which having reduced mobility was a bit of a problem. Well maintained though with good handrails. Enchanting!
What a beautiful part of the Isle of Man! The waterfall is spectacular, sounds a cliche but it really did leave me awestruck. Very rare to see such a truly beautiful hiking footpath, a must for those visiting the Isle of Man for any purpose!
We walked the public footpath from Peel hill, ending at Glen Maye about 2 hours later. It was a perfect ending at the end of a stunningly beautiful hike. Just don't plan on having lunch at the Waterfall tavern at the top of the glen near the falls - it's closed now. Pack a picnic for the stony beach instead.
We try and get to Glen Maye whenever we visit the island for the TT Races. It is a beautiful spot, if a little hard on the knees walking back up! We tend to grab a bite to eat at the Waterfall Inn, and have not had a bad meal yet. It makes a lovely stop either en route to,...
Went to Glen Maye and wandered down the hidden steps. Across the bridge then down following the path down to the amazing view. If you like waterfalls you'll love this one. Follow on down the path for more beautiful sighted.
Parked outside the Waterfall Inn and had a meal there. Followed the path down to the waterfall, it took around 5 minutes. You can follow the path down to the beach, but we were tight for time to catch a flight.
Recommended as an easy to reach Glen and waterfall.
We parked opposite the Waterfall Inn and ventured down the path and steps. Within 10 minutes, we had good views of the attractive waterfall. Nearby, there was very impressive foliage hanging from the cliffs. We continued down the path to a bridge which traversed the stream to a grass area, and then returned, up numerous steps, to the upper path....