The Highlands is home to spectacular landscapes and raw nature at its best – mountains and moorland, rivers and lochs, and, of course, waterfalls. Over three times as high as Niagara Falls, Britain’s highest waterfall spills from a high plateau, plunging 200 metres (658 feet) over a cliffside to the shore of Loch Glencoul. Also known as Eas Coul Aulin, the original Scottish Gaelic translates as ‘waterfall of the beautiful tresses’ and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. Care should be taken near the falls as this area is very dangerous.

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