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Falls Of Falloch | Hidden Waterfall in Scotland

Updated: Mar 6

You'll come across this cute little waterfall only a 5 minute walk from the car park. You may have seen The Falls of Falloch famously on a few Instagram posts with its unique viewpoint, which gets compared to Jurassic Park! This should be on the very top of your Scottish bucket list.


Image of Falls of Falloch in Scotland.
Photo taken by @andrew.magee3 via Instagram.

The Falls of Falloch are one of our favourites in all of Scotland, and it's clear to see why! The waterfall is simply amazing, and the noise of the splash is very calming. We absolutely love the viewpoint which as you're walking through makes you feel like you're auditioning for the next Jurassic Park!

Amazing! The Falls of Falloch was so big when we went, I got soaked standing right by it! There’s a cute little tunnel that takes you to a view point over the waterfall, definitely worth going!! – Google Review

As The Falls of Falloch can be quite fierce especially after heavy rain, we recommend standing away from the edge at the main waterfall due to there being lack of protection. So, if you do decide to bring little ones, hold onto their hands!


FAQs/Things to know before visiting Falls of Falloch


1) Where are the Falls of Falloch located?

The Falls of Falloch are located in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, near the village of Crianlarich in Stirling, Scotland.


2) What makes the Falls of Falloch a hidden gem?

The Falls of Falloch are considered a hidden gem due to their picturesque location amidst the stunning Scottish Highlands. The waterfall offers visitors a tranquil and scenic spot away from more crowded tourist attractions.


3) How do I get to the Falls of Falloch?

Visitors can access the Falls of Falloch by following a short footpath from the A82 road, which runs alongside the River Falloch. The falls are well-signposted, and there is a designated parking area nearby.


4) Is there an entrance fee to visit the Falls of Falloch?

There is no entrance fee to visit the Falls of Falloch, as it is located in a public-access area within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.


5) What can I expect to see at the Falls of Falloch?

At the Falls of Falloch, visitors can enjoy the sight and sound of the cascading water as it tumbles over the rocky ledges into a pool below. The area is surrounded by lush greenery and offers opportunities for relaxation, photography, and wildlife spotting.


6) Are guided tours available for the Falls of Falloch?

While guided tours may not be specifically available for the Falls of Falloch, there are guided walks and hikes offered in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park that may include visits to this area.


7) Is the Falls of Falloch suitable for families and children?

The Falls of Falloch can be suitable for families and children, but caution is advised, especially near the water's edge. Parents should supervise children closely during the visit.


8) Are dogs allowed at the Falls of Falloch?

Dogs are allowed at the Falls of Falloch and along the footpaths, but they must be kept on a lead at all times and owners should clean up after them.


9) Are there facilities or amenities near the Falls of Falloch?

There are limited facilities near the Falls of Falloch, with the nearest amenities located in the village of Crianlarich. Visitors are advised to come prepared with food, water, and any other necessities for their visit.


10) What is the best time to visit the Falls of Falloch?

The Falls of Falloch can be visited all year-round, but they are particularly impressive during the spring months when the snowmelt increases the water flow. However, the falls are beautiful in all seasons, and each offers a different perspective on this stunning natural attraction.



Image of Falls of Falloch in Scotland.
Photo taken by @boramus via Instagram.

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