We were told to listen out for the chipoing sound of red squirels warnign each otehr of danger - we heard lots but never saw a one, then returning to the car one ran straight across the road and it was really RED ! a huge change from the grey ones we see all over the peak district. Good pleasant...
Easy to start from the Foyers car park. First stop the water falls, then look for red squirrels (we failed, though we saw a suicidal one on the road earlier), then the bridges, the power station and finally Loch Ness.
I used the forest walk to reach the Foyers Falls viewing areas
the winding path is reasonably well made bit not suitable for wheelchairs or infirm
it takes you to some nice viewing points along the valley of the Foyers river
there are a few seats along the way to look over the valley finishing up at a rock platform...
The path which goes through trees is all right when you are going downhill but can be steep on the way back up, the steep bits have steps to make it easier. This path also takes you to the falls of foyer.