Saturday, December 20, 2014

Eas a'Chual Aluinn

Image from walkinghighlands

Located near Lochinvar in southwestern Scotland and sometimes called Eas Coul Aulin, this is Britain's highest waterfall. It drops from a high plateau and falls two hundred meters in two steps to Lake Glencoul, where there are lake cruises that show off the falls.

According to David Ross, hikers who use the trails should be sure to have maps to avoid getting lost.

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