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Falls of Falloch

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The Falls of Falloch are on the River Falloch at the north end of Loch Lomond, 54 miles northwest of Glasgow, 5 miles south of Grianlarich Village, next to the A82 road that runs north to Oban and Fort William.

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The image top is of the Drovers Inn at the north end of Loch Lomond, a real popular spot for meals and drinks. The Falls of Falloch are 2 miles north of the Inn.

Parking for the Falls of Falloch are just in off the A82 Road, often full with some cars parking on the roadside.

The Police often put cones on the roadside to prevent parking there as it is a fast and busy stretch of road.

You can walk to the Falls from the Drovers Inn 2 miles, or from Crianlarich 5 miles via the West Highland Way Walking Trail.

1700s early - Rob Roy MacGregor from this area Drove Cattle down this way, with the Pool at the Falls known as Rob Roy's Bathtub.

1803 - Dorothy Wordsworth, sister of William Wordsworth, visited the Falls with Samuel Coleridge on their well documented tour of Scotland, this being when tourism to Scotland was growing dramatically with many large Hotels being built in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs area.

1930s - Scottish mountaineer W. H. Murray almost drowned after falling into the River Falloch just above the Falls.

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