Falls of Feugh
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The Falls of Feugh are a good place to watch the salmon leap as they travel upriver to spawn. The best times to view the salmon are from September - November and from February - March. The falls are only about half a mile from the centre of Banchory and can easily be reached on foot.
Look for the old turnpike toll house by the bridge; it was built with windows on two sides so that the toll minder could watch for travellers coming in both directions.
There is a free parking area on the minor road off the B974 (across the bridge), and a restaurant and tea room with views of the waterfalls.
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About Falls of Feugh
Address: Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB31 6NH
Attraction Type: Countryside - Waterfall
Location: At Bridge of Feugh, on the B974 immediately south of Banchory
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
Opening Details: Open access site, usually accessible at any reasonable time
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Banchory Museum - 0.5 miles (Museum)
Crathes Castle - 1 miles (Historic House)
Nine Stanes Stone Circle - 2.7 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Bucharn Cairn - 2.9 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Glassel Dam Wood Stone Circle - 4.3 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Sunhoney Stone Circle - 6.7 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Drum Castle - 6.8 miles (Historic House)
Midmar Kirk Stone Circle - 7.1 miles (Prehistoric Site)
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