Falls of Bracklinn

(Bracklinn Falls; Falls of Brackland)

Bracklinn Falls
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Bracklinn Falls

A series of dramatic waterfalls on the Keltie Water to the northeast of Callander, the Falls of Bracklinn (occasionally the Falls of Brackland) have been a popular tourist attraction since Victorian times. Today the falls are approached along a woodland walk from a car park by the Callander Crags at Callander. A bridge takes visitors over the falls and gives a spectacular view. The name derives from 'breac', a trout, and 'linn' meaning a pool of water.

The area is managed by the Stirling District Countryside Ranger Service.

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