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Falls of Falloch, Stirling

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Stirling's central location in Scotland means most of its many lodging options are quickly reachable from nearly anywhere in the country. Hotels located close to the city's iconic castle offer easy access to all of the area's celebrated historical sites. Though they provide the finest modern conveniences, hotels in this central part of town occupy buildings steeped in history and heritage. Just outside of town, explore a world of boutique hotels and quaint B&Bs, a perfect base from which to explore the picturesque Central Lowlands.
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  • Situated about 5 minutes drive north of Loch Lomond this is worth a stop, especially when in full flow after heavy rainfall. The path to the falls is about 5 minutes walk and is accessible by all. The...  more »
  • Although these Falls are not Niagra or Iguazu, they are a fun side trip while touring the park. It's an easy walk from the car park and they are worth a photo or two. As well is the Woven Sound art wo...  more »
  • We were travelling from Loch Lomond to fort William and stopped here for a 20 min break. There is a free car park and it takes about 10 mins to walk to the falls. We didn't put our walking boots on an...  more »
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  • Beautiful area. I adore waterfalls the bigger the better. Easily accessible to get to also if you're looking to stop for quick break u must see waterfall it's beautiful. Easy to get to but no railings and can be slidy in wet weather. Do take care and make most of this pretty little area.
  • Beautiful scenery at any time of year, the walk area seems well maintained, but as others have mentioned, there's a need to be cautious any time it's rained. For Photographers to note there's also a viewing platform to get some excellent long exposure captures
  • Beautiful falls with parking which is free. Wonderful sculpture you can walk through for a view of the falls. We were there when there were no other people there and to take a moment and hear nothing but the falls was so relaxing. Must visit.
  • So beautiful! The waterfall is easily accessible but can be a bit dangerous in rainy weather. Take care if you visit with little kids because there's no railing.
  • It's a pretty waterfall and river. Nice to look at when taking a quick break from driving.