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.
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