If you type 'Harry Potter bridge' into Google, the Glenfinnan Viaduct will appear. As one of the most beautiful viaducts in the world, in even more stunning scenery, the Glenfinnan Viaduct attracts visitors all year round. Constructed by Robert McAlpine and Sons, the viaduct was built with mass concrete in an elegant curve. Carrying the railway to Glenfinnan Station across a 1,000 ft span, 100 ft above the ground, it is quite the spectacle.
The Glenfinnan Viaduct is rather easy to get to and there is a clearly signposted car park. However, this can get full pretty quickly so be sure to avoid peak times. Then the viaduct is then just a short walk from the car park. If you time your visit right, you can even see the steam-powered Jacobite train chugging along.
Location - ///picnic.bend.successor (takes you to the viewpoint)
Length - 2.5 miles
Time - 30 minutes to an hour
Top tip: Throughout summer the Jacobite steam train passes over the bridge twice a day at 10:30am and 3:00pm, so arrive at the bridge beforehand to capture that iconic picture.