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Review of Plodda Falls

Plodda Falls
Ranked #1 of 3 things to do in Tomich
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Reviewed April 16, 2012

The falls were breathtaking as we caught them in the spring time and the walk in was easy enough to do. Would recommend making time for this....

Thank Gloria H
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Reviewed March 23, 2012

well worth the drive a nice short walk with great trees and a wonderful very tall waterfall

Thank GoldenBracken
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Reviewed March 8, 2012

We didn't even know the falls existed until a tour guide we hired told us about it. The falls were stunning on the day we went, very full with a lot of roaring water. The walk was beautiful and we very much enjoyed our visit.

Thank Anvy1221
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Reviewed January 6, 2012

Plodda is a bit awkward to find but well worth it when you get there. There are two routes to the falls - the signposted one takes you through a forest walk to the top of the waterfall. The other takes you to the old stables (now cottages), through the forestry gate, wade across the shallow river and walk upstream to the bottom of the waterfall. When you're at Plodda take time to stop at the now ruined Guisachan House for a look

1  Thank Peter R
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Reviewed January 5, 2012

The Plodda Falls lie a few miles south of the small village of Tomich in Inverness-shire. There is a car-park and the forest walk to the Falls in only 400 metres. We were surprised by the height of the Falls, over 40 metres. There is a viewing platform that overhangs the top of the falls, so you can view the water cascading down to the rocks below - but not a view for those with vertigo! There was a fair amount of water when we were there, but during the wetter months it would be spectacular. But compared to falls that I have seen in Norway, it was only a trickle - it would only be a 1-star there.

Thank GeorgeSinclair
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