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Falls Of Falloch Scotland
Scotland

These are the Falls of Falloch , found 4 miles south of Crianlarich . The river Falloch flows into Loch Lomond a short distance away . This is a popular spot for swimmers and divers alike and picnic tables can be found here for those wanting a break from driving .

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Uploaded: 25/05/2010
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Tags: scotland; crianlarich; waterfall; divers; tourists; picnic
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