Went for a walk to Linn Falls. Took about 30 minutes there and back and well worth the effort. We parked at the distillery car park as we were not sure where we should have parked.
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We finished off a tour at Aberlour and followed the path left from the little burn next to the distillery. After a 15 minute walk you'll see the falls, from there you can climb up to the falss if you like to. We just enjoyed...More
If you are visiting Aberlour, make sure to take this lovely walking path to the falls. It is a nicely maintained path with only slight slopes and many excellent photo opportunities! The trail leads all around the village, but do not believe the locals who...More
Just a short hike parallel to the Aberlour Distillery, you ascend to The Linn Falls. The easy hike takes you up to a true gem of the city. We first learned of this Falls through a commercial using a song of the artist, Passenger. Upon...More
When the weather is good, don't pass this beautiful falls! A short walk from the carpark by the Victoria bridge will bring you the in less than 30 minutes.
The Linn Falls is a wonderful walk with lots of wild life and a fire pit, benches and tables to relax
This is the perfect walk for young children or slightly older relatives. I managed this at 37 weeks pregnant in just over an hour from the carpark to the waterfall and back (a snails pace!). It takes you along the back of Aberlour distillery which...More
We took a little walk there just to see the place people been writing about and the Linn falls (well in fact mostly the way to get there) was very beautiful. They have a large kind of tree, Scottish pine i think(?) if you haven't...More
The walk to the Linn Falls is well signposted and begins right next to Aberlour Distillery. A short circular walk, easy for families takes you quickly to the falls. The falls themselves are fairly small but ok for a few photographs. Trail leads you back...More