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Eas For waterfall, Isle of Mull

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Eas For waterfall, Isle of Mull
Argyll and Bute - Lagganulva, , Scotland
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Eas For is a magnificent waterfall on the west coast of the Isle of Mull. The water spills down over an almost vertical cliff to the seashore far below. The most exhilarating (or scary, if you prefer) view is looking down over the top of the waterfall, but if you suffer from vertigo I can't recommend it! If you climb down to the shore and walk along until you are beneath the falls, you are rewarded with this wonderful view.

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