Eas a’ Chual Aluinn

The Eas a’ Chual Aluinn was the bastardized Gaelic name of what has been widely reported to be Great Britain’s highest above-surface waterfall at 658ft (about 200m). The actual Gaelic name was said…

“Ardvreck Castle Waterfall”

The ‘Ardvreck Castle Waterfall’ was what I’m dubbing this unexpected waterfall surprise that we just so happened to notice when we stumbled upon the equally unexpected surprise of the ruins of…

Clashnessie Waterfall

The Clashnessie Waterfall was our waterfalling reason to take the deceptively long (and dangerous) out-and-back detour from the Loch Assynt vicinity towards the tranquil town and bay of Clashnessie…