Plodda Falls is a very popular waterfall located around 5km (3mi) from the village of Tomich, near Glen Affric in the Highlands of Scotland. The waterfall is on the Allt na Bodachan river, in close proximity to where it joins the Abhainn Deabhag, which then flows into the River Affric to form the River Glass.
The falls are 46m (151ft) high. A footbridge was in place from 1880 to 2005 for viewing the cascade, but has been replaced with a brand new viewing platform which offers a beautiful but dizzying view down the foaming falls.
There are parking and picnicking facilities in the area, as well as a circular walk to view the waterfall, which passes through woodland comprising some of the highest trees in Britain, with species including Douglas fir and larch.