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Falls of Bruar, Perth and Kinross

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  • Visited on a sunny day in March - and not too cold either. Picturesque walk through woods and up a slight hill. The falls were really pretty and the sun on the wet rocks made everything sparkle.  more »
  • Very nice walk. Albeit it is a short walk. Max 45 min but well worth the effort. The lower falls are very easy to reach. For the way to the top, you can choose between 2 roads. Easy or something more difficult.
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  • We took the dogs for a walk after checking out the shopping. The walk starts behind the shop (quite tucked away so you may need to ask). The walk to the lower bridge is relatively easy and gentle but ...  more »
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  • Really nice walk up to see the falls. The lower ones are just a short 10 minute walk from the car park but be prepared for a decent walk up to the higher ones though.
  • Stunning walk, sometimes difficult in places (definitely not disabled access friendly!), up to a beautiful series of waterfalls and pools. It's not far from the House of Bruar, so fortify yourself in the restaurant before setting off. Or on the way back. Or both!
  • Park at The House of Bruar and follow the signs. A bit steep in places but a fine series of waterfalls even after a dry spell.
  • Well worth the uphill walk with waterfalls, gorges, forest life and charming bridges
  • Nice easy walking trail at the back of House of Bruar. Great stop off to break up a long drive, stretch the legs and enjoy the falls.