Falls of Rogie or Rogie Falls

Highland, Scotland

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About Rogie Falls (Falls of Rogie)

Rogie Falls are a series of waterfalls on the Black Water, which is a river in Ross-shire in Scotland’s Highlands. Situated a little to the north west of Contin, they are adjacent to the A835 road and their accessibility and the beauty of this spot makes them a popular draw for tourists.

A small bridge provides a convenient and picturesque viewing point for the waterfalls, but will only bear the weight of five people at any one time. Access to the bridge is via a steep and narrow set of steps, easy for the able-bodied but considerably less so for those with wheelchairs or pushchairs. Provision has been made via an artificial channel for salmon to bypass the falls on the far side and salmon can be seen leaping upstream in August and September.

The falls are particularly spectacular after heavy rains or when the winter snow begins to melt on the slopes of Ben Wyvis above. There are also a number of scenic forested walks in the area.

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Highland, Scotland
Latitude: 57.589325, Longitude: -4.602421

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