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Eas Chia Aig Falls , Achnacarry , Scotland
Scotland

The Eas Chia-aig Falls can be found near the east end of Loch Arkaig and just north of Achnacarry .

The falls are famous for being used in the filming of the movie "Rob Roy".

There are several smaller falls to be seen as you climb the path up the side of the falls but the main 2 can be seen from the road .

The final drop into the water at the bottom is known as the Witches Pool .

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Tags: uk; scotland; achnacarry; eas chia-aig; waterfall; witches pool; rob roy
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