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Falls of Falloch, Stirling

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  • A popular place for tourists seems. It's worth stopping and venturing on to the rocks.
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  • Called by to see Fallock Falls. Very busy. Winding walk down to see falls so endure you have good walking shoes/boots and your camera to capture the stunning view. 
  • limited parking but easy walk to the fall, may be 10-15 minutes. A small waterfall but its refreshing. Theres even a close in cage for viewing- kind of interesting. 
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  • Wow... That is all I could say is WOW! My wife and I where in awe. It is not a massive fall.. But it is beautiful. We felt as we approached that we had discovered a rare treasure.
  • Absolutely stunning, and if you're willing to chamber over some rocks you can get a wonderful photo. Bonus points for getting to see a chap fall into the river, blame his son, yell at him, and in doing so fall in again.
  • The Falls are just a short walk from the main road, wit a dedicated parking space and signs showing the place. The Falls themselves are definitely worth the five minute walk, mostly by prepared paths. It is possible to view the Falls from a viewing platform or to climb to the base of the Falls to enjoy the nice cool water.
  • Good waterfall, in a wooded area so maybe suitable for a walk but nothing else there so be warned. In all we were there , parked up.and away in 20 minutes
  • Easy pretty stop on the way, falls very close to the car park. Great place for a quick break.