Bracklinn Falls, Callander

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A circular walk taking in the idyllic Bracklinn Falls, a very popular local beauty spot. Once over the bridge the route climbs through forestry before descending to the quiet upper glen, with a return by minor road.

Terrain

Good path and track with some steps - walk to the Falls is suitable for some baby buggies. Care should be taken at the Falls where there are steep drops and slippery stones. Return along minor road.

Public Transport

From the car park walk join the path marked by the metal sign showing the way to Bracklinn Falls. Follow this level path past the woodland and across an area of more open ground. There are good views out over the countryside towards Stirling. Soon the trail forks, with a sign indicating a new graded path descending to the left (rather than the original steps down ahead). The path soon reaches the dramatic foaming river and then follows it downstream to the right to reach the footbridge.

Start

Bracklinn Falls car park, Callander. Map and directions.

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