Falls Of Lora
The Falls of Lora is a tidal rapid located 6 miles to the north east of Oban, at the seaward end of Loch Etive.
This naturally occurring phenomenon is generated when the tidal level in the Firth of Lorn drops below the level of the water in Loch Etive. The Falls are a popular destination for kayakers and divers as well as a stunning sight for visitors and photographers. One of the best views of the falls is from the car park viewpoint in Connel village.
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