Plodda Falls & Guisichan Ruins

This is a lovely walk to one of the highest waterfalls in Scotland. If you are not a keen walker it may be advisable to take the car to the car park at Plodda Falls. The walk to the falls is approx. seven miles return from The Brewers Cottage. The Forestry Commission leaflet/maps showing the local walks including Plodda Falls can be found in the cottage

Turn left from the cottage and continue through the village of Tomich following the signs for Cougie and Plodda Falls. Parking is available at the falls and the route is well sign posted

From the car park the falls are just a five minute walk, although this can be extended - the path to the falls bears to the left from the car park, as an alternative take the path straight on incorporating the Tweedmouth trail, where the path bears to the left after approx 3/4 mile back to Plodda Falls. It is possible to carry straight on to take in the ghostly ruins of Guisachan the former home of Lord Tweedmouth, before picking up the road back to Tomich.

Information leaflets are available in the cottage and at Plodda Falls carpark.

The Brewers Cottage. Tomich, Near Cannich, Inverness-shire. IV4 7LY

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