Located in the hamlet of the same name, Inversnaid Falls cascades down from the hanging valley of Lock Arklet and onto the eastern shore of Loch Lomond in western Highlands of Scotland. It stands close to the West Highland Way, a long distance footpath.
The surroundings are shrouded in ancient woodlands, which along with rolling green hills and rugged mountain landscapes, provide rich habitats for a wealth of wildlife. Close by is the alleged hideout of the Scottish outlaw, Robert Roy MacGregor (‘Rob Roy’), although the route to access this is difficult and should only be attempted by the physically fit. The main access to Inversnaid and the falls is via a small road from Aberfoyle, ensuring that the area is at all times generally peaceful.