There is a choice of several interesting walks in and around Poolewe.
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Inverianvie River
There are two possible walks.
The first one is a short walk up the path beside the Inverianvie River to the waterfalls and back down the same route again.
The second is a circular walk which continues from the waterfalls to the meet the track beside the Gruinard River and then back along the road to the car park.

Loch Kernsary
This is one of the few circular routes in the area and provides a delightful walk around Loch Kernsary and back along the River Ewe to Poolewe. It can of course be followed in either direction, although clockwise from Poolewe is probably the most rewarding direction.
A shorter walk along the River Ewe from Poolewe provides a gentle stroll on a very good road surface. This allows you to go just as far as you want, then return along the same route using ordinary footware.

Old Tollie Road
This walk takes you along an old route between the village of Poolewe and settlements on the south shore of Loch Maree. It can of course be followed in any direction, although heading south to Slattadale from Poolewe is probably the most rewarding direction.
Most people tend to park at one end and walk just as far as they want, then return by the same route to their car. If you intend to do the whole walk, then transport will have to be organised.

Fairy Lochs and further
The first walk is a short, circular walk starting along the track, but soon heading up to the mystical Fairy Lochs, then back down to rejoin the track once again.
The second walk continues along the track to Loch a' Bhealaich (just as far as you feel you want to go). Most people turn back at the top of the waterfalls in the woods, or continue to the sandy shore of Loch Gaineamhach.

Night Loch
This is a good track, climbing gently into the hills around the beautifully situated Loch na h-Oidhche, with magnificent views of the surrounding landscape.
The 'loch of the night' was given its name by anglers who prefer to fish for brown trout in the loch during the night.

Hidden Corrie
This walk is on a good path through a wild highland glen, then out into open moorland before plunging into a stunning, wild and remote corrie surrounding a dark loch. You could be forgiven for thinking that you have been transported back to the ice age.Towering cliffs and shattered rock walls encircle the shores of the silent loch of MacFarquhar's Corrie.