Hike to Falls of Falloch

0.6 miles 33 ft gain  - Out-and-Back Trail

Added by Korey Taylor

This is a very short hike following the Falloch River to the beautiful 30ft Falls of Falloch. Even with the short walking distance, this is still worth the trip and a great spot for lunch!

In order to reach the Falls of Falloch there is a small shaded parking lot directly off A82. From here there is a well maintained path leading from the parking area and following the Falloch River. After a short distance you will reach a junction in the path and you will stay right down some steps towards the river bed. From here you will keep left following a small path over a boardwalk bridge where you will get your first views of Falloch Falls. You can scramble to the top of the falls, but it's very slippery so this is only advised for more advanced hikers!

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Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Groups
Scenic
Waterfall

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đŸ„ˆ Contributor

about 3 years ago

Be rude not to!

Right off the road and such a short hike to an amazing waterfall it'd be rude not to go and see it. It's worth the 10 minute detour.

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