Dundaff Linn is one of the four so-called Falls of Clyde on the Clyde River, situated in New Lanark in South Lanarkshire. Although it is only 3 metres (10 feet) high, it roars with huge ferocity after unexpected rainfalls. It is part of the wider Falls of Clyde Site of Special Scientific Interest and part of the Clyde Valley Woodlands National Nature Reserve.
Lying within an area of mixed ancient woodland, it is a good spot for catching a glimpse of a wide range of birds, with over 100 species having been recorded, including a pair of resident breeding peregrine falcons. The Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre is close by for those wishing to discover more about the waterfalls, wildlife and woodland area. The Clyde Walkway, a long distance path for walkers and mountain bikes, passes close by.