Rogie Falls
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  • A Midlife Adventure
    Dursley, United Kingdom1,281 contributions
    Just lovely, nature at it's best
    We stopped off here on our NC500 tour. The car park is reasonably sized and was nigh on empty on the Sunday morning we were here having arrived fairly early at 10. When we were leaving about an hour later it was full and cars were trying to park on the roadside. The information board explains the two different routes you can take and we opted to take the longer path which avoids the crowds and takes you up through the woods. There is a weight limit advertised on the leaflet for the bridge (max 6 people) but no one was taking any notice or did not know. It needs a large board actually at the falls. This is certainly nature at its best and we enjoyed the walk.
    Visited July 2021
    Written July 30, 2021
  • rainbowdolphin90
    Edinburgh, United Kingdom619 contributions
    great view from the suspension bridge
    We started from the bottom car park and had a lovely forest walk up to the falls. The view from the suspension bridge is amazing and the falls are impressive. The interpretation board from the viewpoint is informative telling the life cycle of the salmon we saw jumping in the pools. There is a top carpark with a shorter walk to the falls and we saw a lot of people coming down from there. But the bottom carpark was nearly empty and the walk up was almost devoid of people. It is well worth parking at the bottom and taking the longer, more scenic way up.
    Visited July 2022
    Written September 19, 2022
  • Gone Wild 2020
    Northamptonshire, United Kingdom119 contributions
    Stunning waterfalls.
    We visited Rogie Falls as a family on the recommendation of a friend, so glad we did the place is stunning. The car park is very small, we had to park our motor home on the side of the road which is quite busy. Small walk to the falls themselves which can be slightly steep and slippery in places (wear appropriate footwear). The waterfalls themselves are stunning, there are lots of places to take photographs without getting in other people’s way. There is a small walk via a footpath across the bridge which leads up the way for a longer walk with lots of forest to explore if you have the time. I’m so glad we stopped here and would recommend you do the same if passing. During our visit the toilet block was closed.
    Visited August 2020
    Written August 15, 2020
  • Deborah M
    Edinburgh, United Kingdom27 contributions
    Busy and too much dog-fouling.
    The falls and woods are lovely but it was very busy when we visited in late July 2020, with few observing social distancing or wearing masks. We could not get near the wee bridge (see photo) because selfish people were simply parked there, mask-less, and unmoving for quite long periods. Many dogs were off leads and many, many instances of dog-fouling along an otherwise lovely path to the falls from the car park. Dog owners like this are ruining Scotland. There are lots of quieter waterfalls.
    Visited July 2020
    Written July 29, 2020
  • Sandra R
    Newcastle and Gateshead, United Kingdom53 contributions
    Well worth a visit
    A friend recommended this after a recent trip to Scotland. The falls are a short walk from the car park although it is steep in places. Some great viewing opportunities from the viewing areas and especially the suspension bridge. Also enjoyed watching the salmon leap up the falls.
    Visited September 2020
    Written September 20, 2020
  • Joe H
    Chesterfield, United Kingdom87 contributions
    Not so clear routes
    The waterfall is beautiful and the suspension bridge is a real centrepiece. The scenery is stunning and well worth a visit. The car park is free and for the amount of use it gets, it is well maintained. Of issue is the lack of direction on the other side of the falls. We were expecting a round route back to the car park, but after heading up the hill and turning left we ended up on an access road to someone's house and had to head back the way we came. It would be nicer if the way was more clearly marked.
    Visited September 2020
    Traveled with family
    Written September 29, 2020
  • AlexTheJock
    Wigston, United Kingdom2,088 contributions
    Magnificent falls
    This was our last ‘must see’ attraction that we had put down to see on our tour of the NC500, and it didn’t disappoint. The scenery was gorgeous on the path to the falls and the falls themselves were truly magnificent and such a fitting end to our awesome time on the NC500. We would definitely recommend that you make time to visit this if you are anywhere near these stunning falls.
    Visited June 2022
    Written August 13, 2022
  • Angieinlondon
    London, United Kingdom25 contributions
    Rogie falls.
    A must to visit. I went twice, the first time I didn’t see the salmon leaping up the waterfall but the second time I waited and filmed them. Awesome walk, easy route and stunning scenery.
    Visited September 2020
    Traveled solo
    Written September 10, 2020
  • James
    22 contributions
    Disappointed
    Disappointed footbridge was closed for safety reasons it would be good to give a bit more information as to why. Lots of others were wondering the same. When will it be reopened? Soon I hope . None the less it's a l lovely spot to walk and watch for the salmon leaping.We weren't lucky enough to see any. May I add the toilet facilities were disgusting such a shame for such a beautifull spot popular with tourists.Needs to be more regularly cleaned.
    Visited September 2021
    Written September 9, 2021
  • Heidi B
    Berkhamsted, United Kingdom1,046 contributions
    Absolutely made up to have seen the salmon leaping
    We visited this place as we were staying up the road & to see the salmon leaping was so special. We returned the following week & saw more salmon leaping - not sure if we were just lucky with the time of year, but so very chuffed to have seen this extraordinary wildlife. Poor fish, looked like they didn’t stand a chance! Thankfully the man made ladder along the side helps them to achieve their goal.
    Visited August 2021
    Traveled with family
    Written August 27, 2021
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Deborah M
Edinburgh, UK27 contributions
Jul 2020
The falls and woods are lovely but it was very busy when we visited in late July 2020, with few observing social distancing or wearing masks. We could not get near the wee bridge (see photo) because selfish people were simply parked there, mask-less, and unmoving for quite long periods. Many dogs were off leads and many, many instances of dog-fouling along an otherwise lovely path to the falls from the car park. Dog owners like this are ruining Scotland. There are lots of quieter waterfalls.
Written July 29, 2020
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Sandra R
Newcastle and Gateshead, UK53 contributions
Sep 2020
A friend recommended this after a recent trip to Scotland. The falls are a short walk from the car park although it is steep in places. Some great viewing opportunities from the viewing areas and especially the suspension bridge. Also enjoyed watching the salmon leap up the falls.
Written September 20, 2020
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Joe H
Chesterfield, UK87 contributions
Sep 2020 • Family
The waterfall is beautiful and the suspension bridge is a real centrepiece. The scenery is stunning and well worth a visit. The car park is free and for the amount of use it gets, it is well maintained.
Of issue is the lack of direction on the other side of the falls. We were expecting a round route back to the car park, but after heading up the hill and turning left we ended up on an access road to someone's house and had to head back the way we came. It would be nicer if the way was more clearly marked.
Written September 30, 2020
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AlexTheJock
Wigston, UK2,088 contributions
Jun 2022
This was our last ‘must see’ attraction that we had put down to see on our tour of the NC500, and it didn’t disappoint. The scenery was gorgeous on the path to the falls and the falls themselves were truly magnificent and such a fitting end to our awesome time on the NC500. We would definitely recommend that you make time to visit this if you are anywhere near these stunning falls.
Written August 13, 2022
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Angieinlondon
London, UK25 contributions
Sep 2020 • Solo
A must to visit. I went twice, the first time I didn’t see the salmon leaping up the waterfall but the second time I waited and filmed them. Awesome walk, easy route and stunning scenery.
Written September 10, 2020
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James
22 contributions
Sep 2021
Disappointed footbridge was closed for safety reasons it would be good to give a bit more information as to why. Lots of others were wondering the same. When will it be reopened? Soon I hope . None the less it's a l lovely spot to walk and watch for the salmon leaping.We weren't lucky enough to see any. May I add the toilet facilities were disgusting such a shame for such a beautifull spot popular with tourists.Needs to be more regularly cleaned.
Written September 9, 2021
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Heidi B
Berkhamsted, UK1,046 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
We visited this place as we were staying up the road & to see the salmon leaping was so special. We returned the following week & saw more salmon leaping - not sure if we were just lucky with the time of year, but so very chuffed to have seen this extraordinary wildlife. Poor fish, looked like they didn’t stand a chance! Thankfully the man made ladder along the side helps them to achieve their goal.
Written August 27, 2021
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amci
Aberdeenshire, UK518 contributions
Nov 2020
Stopped off for a short walk to the suspension bridge to view the falls which were in full flow. Not sure what is over the bridge, everyone seemed to be going over but it wasn't clear where to go. Paths were slightly muddy which I guess is to be expected and wasn't an issue. Visit took less than 1 hour.
Written November 23, 2020
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Melsy1
Ipswich, UK3,750 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
Small car park with toilet facilities (not very clean). A short walk away you will find the falls.
Unfortunately at the time of our visit late August 2021 the bridge that provides a better view of the falls was closed.
We found a small path that took us level with the water just after the bridge (heading back towards the car park) and with a little bit of walking over the rocks found a good view and were lucky enough to witness the Salmon jumping out of the water.  Nice place to go for a short wander and see the waterfall.
Written September 28, 2021
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machinmad
Yaxley, UK2,398 contributions
Sep 2021
The short woodland walk soon gets you to the falls, which thunder over the rocky ravine. The suspension bridge was shut unfortunately, which would have provided an even closer view of the water torrent. I watched the salmon ladder intently, but witnessed no salmon making the leap up stream. The path continues at the waters edge before circling back to the car park.
Written October 30, 2021
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