Falls of Falloch

The Falls of Falloch is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. Situated a few miles from the village of Crianlarich this is a destination perfect for a picnic or an afternoon of photography. As the water flows through Glen Falloch toward the northern end of Loch Lomond the local wildlife appear to take refreshment from the water. If you explore by foot there are opportunities to see birds of prey with the golden eagle being the finest of these inhabitants. There is an architectural structure at the Falls called ‘woven sound’ designed by John Kennedy and provides a secure viewpoint over the waterfall.

The Falls of Falloch are a popular visitor destination and are close by to the villages of Ardlui and Crianlarich. When you have enjoyed a visit to the waterfall you can join your fellow visitors at one of the close by restaurants. The area gets busy during the summer months and if you are intending on staying in Loch Lomond it is best to book your accommodation in advance.

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