Situated in a beautiful wooded gorge, Bracklinn Falls is a steeped falls on the Keltie Water.
Visited by Queen Victoria, the Bracklinn Falls are one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Scotland. Located in the woods above the town of Callander, they are especially impressive after a heavy rain fall. Visitors can admire the falls from their best vantage from the viewpoint suspended right above the cascade. To reach the falls, follow the footpath for just under a mile from the car park.
Please note the Bracklinn Bridge is to be removed and replaced, meaning the full circuit walk cannot currently be completed.
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