Waterfalls of Scotland
 
 
Welcome Welcome to the Waterfalls of Scotland website. Through this site, I wish to share my passion for both the Scottish landscape and one of the most dramatic elements of any landscape, the waterfall.  Spectacular waterfalls in the rugged landscape of the Isle of Skye to the secluded Grey Mares Tail at Kinlochmore are explored and as well as displaying my photography I will aim to pass on my knowledge of the waterfall to you with maps, stories and interesting facts. 

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Allt a Chailleach
Glencoe, Argyll & Bute

Whilst Glencoe is known for it's stunning mountain ranges and scenic beauty it is also a great spot for finding waterfalls. Some are marked on the map but some just lay at the side

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Allt Lairig Eilde
Glencoe, Argyll & Bute

Allt Lairig Eilde is one of the many small streams and burns which flows down from the hills to the River Coe. The first fall is visible from the side of the A82 however, if you explore

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Eas an Fhir Mhoir
Glen Etive, Argyll & Bute

Glen Etive is a beautiful glen. The glen is named after the river that flows through around 15 miles towards Loch Etive. Over it's course the river passes over some rugged landscape

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Eas Chia-aig Falls
Clunes, Highland

Eas Chia-aig falls has probably be seen by many without knowing it. The waterfall was used as a scene in the film Rob Roy. The waterfall stands above the end of the 'Mile Dorcha'

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Falls of Falloch
Crianlarich, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs

The Falls of Falloch are a popular waterfall due to it's prime location, literally a few feet from the A82 near Crianlarich. The River Falloch passes through Glen Falloch as it makes it's

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Grey Mares Tail
Kinlochmore, Argyll & Bute

There are two Grey Mares Tail waterfalls in Scotland, one in Moffat and one in Kinlochmore. Both of these waterfalls are named due to the flow of water looking like the tail of a horse

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Inchree Falls
Inchree, Highland

Inchree Falls are an impressive sight. Abhainn Righ drops over 80 feet over a series of 8 steps as it passes through the Glenrigh Forest and towards its destination at Loch Linnhe

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