Falls Of Moness

Waterfalls

    The Falls of Moness and the gorge are both visible from a circular walk around the woodland, the Birks of Aberfeldy.

    The birks, Scots for birch trees, still cloak the steep slopes of the Moness gorge, along with oak, ash and elm. A narrow, well defined path is overhung by mature trees and rises to a height of 150 m at a bridge directly above the Falls of Moness. From here you can enjoy the roaring white water beneath and, in winter, fine views over the top to Strathtay.

    Facilities

    • Picnic Area

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- Rail stations at Perth, Birnam (Dunkeld), Pitlochry are the closest. Bus or car hire from there to Aberfeldy. Full details from Aberfeldy Tourist Information Centre.

    Getting there by aeroplane:- From Glasgow or Edinburgh airports head north to the city of Perth. Follow the A9 trunk road to Ballinluig and then take the A827 west to Aberfeldy.


    Getting there by ferry:- From the port of Rosyth head north to the city of Perth. Follow the A9 trunk road to Ballinluig and then take the A827 west to Aberfeldy.

    Transport within Scotland

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