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Falls of Foyers

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Falls of Foyers
Highlands - Foyers, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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The River Foyers spills down from the hills overlooking the south bank of Loch Ness on its way to Foyers Bay. There are two waterfalls here, both accessible by an attractive woodland walk through the managed forest, off the B852 road that runs along the loch. This is the lower falls.

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