The Glenfinnan Viaduct Trail is a beautiful and popular route in the Scottish Highlands. It takes you along a path that follows the famous viaduct, which was built in the late 1800s and is now a popular tourist attraction.

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The Glenfinnan Viaduct Trail is a perfect choice for a leisurely stroll in the Scottish Highlands.

It's a great option for families with young children or for those looking for a more relaxed walk in stunning surroundings. The trail starts at the free public car park which is just down the road from the Glenfinnan Visitor Centre.

From there, you'll follow a well-marked path that takes you along the base of the viaduct and through the stunning Glenfinnan countryside.

The route is relatively easy, with mostly flat terrain and a few gentle inclines.

As you walk along the trail, you'll enjoy stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, as well as the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct itself.

The viaduct is an engineering marvel, it spans 380m making it the longest concrete railway bridge in Scotland.

It's a popular spot for taking photos and enjoying the views.