In the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, there are many stunning waterfalls to admire. Here are some waterfalls we suggest you visit.
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Tumbling from the “hanging valley” of Loch Arklet and into the main glaciated valley that holds Loch Lomond, this waterfall inspired the Inversnaid poem by 19th century poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. Enjoy a stroll to the waterfall on the Arklet Trail.
Falls of Falloch
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The atmospheric falls can be discovered on the River Falloch during a short walk from a car park some 5km south of Crianlarich on the A82. You can enjoy the Falls of Falloch at closer range by visiting the ‘Woven Sound’ Scenic Route.
Falls of Dochart
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The impressive falls at the village of Killin are most magnificent when the river Dochart is in spate. When the water is low, the rush of the falls is still an exciting sight, especially as you can see the size of the huge rocks that litter the bed.
Falls of Leny
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The falls are situated in the Pass of Leny near the village of Kilmahog. When in full spate they create a tremendous sight – and sound – for walkers on the 4.75-mile Callander to Falls of Leny Circuit.
Sruth Ban Waterfall
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An Sruth Bàn translates as “the fair torrent” (the falls appear white against the dark rock) and are located near Corrow in Argyll & Bute.
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The Gaelic for Bracklinn is A’ Bhreac Linn, which means “dappled pool”. This tranquil spot boasting a sublime waterfall is found near the popular tourist town of Callander.
Falls of Edinample
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The Gaelic name for the waterfalls near Lochearnhead is Eas Aodann Ambail, which means “falls of the face of the cauldron”. It is reputed in fairylore that the tumbling water was the haunt of fairies. See the location of the Falls of Edinample.