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Bracklinn Falls, Callander

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Bracklinn Falls, Callander
Trossachs - Callander, Central Scotland, Scotland
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Bracklinn Falls is a lovely waterfall on Keltie Water, just outside the town of Callander. Since the Victorian period Bracklinn has been one of the most popular beauty spots in the Trossachs. An easy footpath leads from the centre of Callander, through attractive woodlands, to the falls.

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