The cairn is in memory of Ralston Claud Muir, who was Trevor’s brother and who died at the age of 32. He loved to climb in the glen (his ashes are here too) and he was a train driver on the west highland line.
The spectacular waterfall known variously as An Steall Bàn, Steall Waterfall or Steall Falls is situated in Glen Nevis near Fort William, Highland, Scotland. It is Scotland’s second highest waterfall with a single drop of 120 metres. The fall can be viewed from the path that runs through the Nevis Gorge, an area owned by the John Muir Trust which manages the area for its wilderness qualities. An Steall Bàn means “The White Spout” in Gaelic.
One of the best short walks in Scotland, this route heads through the dramatic and beautiful Nevis Gorge and leads to the awesome Steall Falls. Untrained as I am 🙂 … it was pretty tough to get up there … but it is worth while every step …
Need to catch up … this interesting house is located in the Fort Williams area. These are the real colours.