The Falls of Dochart run through Killin village in Stirling, and lie on the edge of the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve and the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. They are named for the River Dochart, which forms the falls as they run through the village, and impressive views down onto the tumbling waters below can be admired from Dochart Bridge.
The wider area is popular with walkers in summer, and in winter, visitors come for excellent winter hill walking and ski mountaineering. The Breadalbane Folklore Centre is nearby for those who wish to discover more about the area, which is rich in wildlife. Fishing is also popular for pike in winter and salmon when the season opens on 15 January.