So we get a lot of rain here in Scotland….but that also means we have spectacular waterfalls to go see! I recently visited The Falls of Falloch at the north end of Loch Lomond and after a week worth of heavy rain the 30ft high falls were truly spectacular and the water cascading down into the river below could be heard from the car park. The falls are a short walk from the car park, but the walk along by the river Falloch is beautiful with some great wee places down by the river to have a picnic, but beware it is a deep and fast flowing river!
An interesting feature at the Falls is The Woven Sound, an iron walk way and view point designed by John Kennedy as part of the Scenic Routes Trail throughout the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. The iron structure extends out from the edge of the path allowing you to get even closer to the falls.
What other waterfalls are a must visit? With so many to go see, could this be an alternative to ‘munro bagging’!??