Falls of Dochart, Killin

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The Falls of Dochart are a cascade of waterfalls situated on the River Dochart at Killin in Stirling (formerly in Perthshire), Scotland, near the western end of Loch Tay. The Bridge of Dochart, first constructed in 1760, crosses the river at Killin offering a view of the falls as they cascade over the rocks and around the island of Inchbuie, which is the ancient burial place of the MacNab clan.
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  • Whether you visit in a drought or after some heavy rains, the Falls of Drochart will not disappoint. Stand on the bridge or (when the water isn't too high) on the rocks for some wonderful photos 
    Whether you visit in a drought or after some heavy rains, the Falls of Drochart will not disappoint. Stand on the bridge or (when the water isn't too high) on the rocks for some wonderful photos  more »
  • Stunning scenery accessible via the old railway from a free carpark. You can fairly safely walk very near the falls and even sit on a flat rock and take it all in. From the same carpark you can also....  more
    Stunning scenery accessible via the old railway from a free carpark. You can fairly safely walk very near the falls and even sit on a flat rock and take it all in. From the same carpark you can also....  more »

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