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Access to the actual waterfall is actually from the road. From the West Highland Way you come to the River Falloch with small cascades at this point.
Tip by Carola „Bandit“ K.
The waterfall on the Keltie Water is accessed by a path from Callander. It's a stunning place but best viewed from the bridge. The old bridge was removed in 2021 …
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Located at the western end of Loch Tay are the Falls of Dochart. Here, you can admire the misty spray rising in the air as the white water crashes into the rocks.
Tip by Dan Hobson
Beautiful cascade waterfalls alongside the A84 and National Cycle Route 7. The best way to see the falls is to follow the cycle route and have a wee explore in the forest surrounding them.
Tip by ᯽𝕎𝕒𝕟𝕕𝕖𝕣𝕚𝕟𝕘 𝕊𝕔☼︎𝕥𝕝𝕒𝕟𝕕᯽
Waterfall at the entrance to Inversnaid
Tip by Christian
Large waterfall near the visitor centre.
Tip by Brian
As Stank Burn tumbles through the glen towards Loch Lubnaig, it creates some wonderful cascades. Take care on the paths here, as they are quite steep. You can continue to …
Tip by Alex Foxfield
If hiking Beinn Chabhair then I’d recommend reaching the summit via the waterfall. However, as it’s a steep climb, avoid it on the way back down by choosing the longer route that winds back to the campsite.
Tip by Iona Adventuring
The Falls of Leny is a spectacular powerful waterfall on Garbh Uisge between Loch Lubnig & Callander.
It's visible from the well surfaced Rob Roy Way long distance trail. The …
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