Nestled within the craggy hills of Loch Lomond.


These glorious falls lie in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park in Killin – just a 26-minute drive from Tyndrum. The village has a lovely little gift shop right by the bridge and a selection of places to grab a spot of lunch.


The bridge of Dochart was built in 1760 and still stands proudly today to give easily accessible and beautiful views of the falls. Right in the middle of the falls is Innis Bhuidhe, a small island and ancient burial place of the MacNab Clan. The oblong structure is home to 15 graves, 9 of which belong to clan chiefs. A medieval grave slab sticks out from the rest though, suggesting that at least one earlier burial took place here.


Come rain or shine, the Falls of Dochart are a must-visit if you’re after a scenic and peaceful afternoon. Sit on the riverside, enjoy an ice cream or cup of tea and take in the sounds of rushing waters. The falls are particularly beautiful after heavy rainfall – gushes of water roll over the craggy rocks and trickle down the neighbouring mountains.


The Falls of Dochart are a magical sight whatever the weather. And when you stay with us, this hidden gem is practically on your doorstep.


Being on the doorstep of The West Highland Way, Tyndrum is the perfect place to set up camp, stretch your legs, recharge and reconnect with the stunning Highland scenery.

With a range of accommodation options, from camping pitches, to deluxe glamping pods, it’s the ideal destination for your next staycation.