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Clashnessie Falls

Clashnessie, Scotland, UK

Well worth a visit, these dramatic 15 metre falls are a short walk from the road.

North West Highlands Geopark

Lairg, Sutherland, IV27 4HH

Stunning mountain landscapes, clean sandy beaches, ancient settlements and thriving communities.

Falls of Balgy

Nr Torridon, Scotland, UK

A splendid series of falls on the River Balgy as it falls steeply to the sea.

Russell Burn

Applecross, Scotland, UK

A dramatic waterfall just off the Bealach na Ba.

Allt a'Mhuiseil

Lairg, Scotland, UK

A great tumbling series of falls on the Allt a'Mhuiseil.

Achness Waterfall

Rosehall, Lairg, Scotland, UK

Spectacular falls in a narrow wooded gorge on the River Cassley.

Dundonnell River Falls

Dundonnell, Scotland, UK

An attractive waterfall where the Dundonnell river rushes through a narrow rocky gorge.

Smoo Cave

Scotland, UK

Scotland’s most spectacular cave with a huge entrance, a bridge to the second chamber and an 80 foot waterfall. Well worth...

Corrieshalloch Gorge

Ullapool, Scotland, UK

The finest example of a ‘box canyon’ in Britain it is easily accessed from just off the main Ullapool road.

Achanaras Quarry – fossils

Scotland, UK

This former working quarry has become a famous site in the fossil-hunters’ world.

River Brora fossil site

Scotland, UK

One mile upstream from the river mouth, a short section of Jurassic rock is exposed.

Black Rock Gorge - nr Evanton

Scotland, UK

In woodland near Evanton the Black Rock Gorge is a spectacularly narrow box-canyon, 36m(120 ft)deep.

Victoria Falls

Kinlochewe, Scotland, UK

Lovely falls visited by Queen Victoria in 1877 and named after her.

Falls of Rogie

Contin, Scotland, UK

These impressive falls just off the A32 are a good place to see salmon jumping as they try to reach their spawning ground...

Am Buachaille Sea-Stack, Sandwood Bay

Scotland, UK

This dramatic sandstone stack 65m (215ft) high was first climbed in 1968.

1 Clashnessie Falls Clashnessie, Scotland, UK
2 North West Highlands Geopark Lairg, Sutherland, IV27 4HH
3 Falls of Balgy Nr Torridon, Scotland, UK
4 Russell Burn Applecross, Scotland, UK
5 Allt a'Mhuiseil Lairg, Scotland, UK
6 Achness Waterfall Rosehall, Lairg, Scotland, UK
7 Dundonnell River Falls Dundonnell, Scotland, UK
8 Smoo Cave Scotland, UK
9 Corrieshalloch Gorge Ullapool, Scotland, UK
10 Achanaras Quarry – fossils Scotland, UK
11 River Brora fossil site Scotland, UK
12 Black Rock Gorge - nr Evanton Scotland, UK
13 Victoria Falls Kinlochewe, Scotland, UK
14 Falls of Rogie Contin, Scotland, UK
15 Am Buachaille Sea-Stack, Sandwood Bay Scotland, UK

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