Reekie Linn Waterfall (Nature preserve)

Alyth, Blairgowrie PH11 8HW, United Kingdom

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A stunning place in which you can park super close and the walk takes about 20 minutes each way. Beautiful views, the path is very narrow in places due to trees however it’s totally navigable. I went solo with my 2 labs and I took up the entire width of path so that gives you an idea of width. 150ft sheer drop down the gorge but when walking in places like this, common sense prevails. Simply stunning.

Craig Anderson

Short January walk. Water was in full flow. Quote a few trees have been uprooted which can make the path a bit precarious. Doesn't seem to be a loop around, so turn back after viewing point clearance area.

Stacey Dougal

Really quaint wee place, worth a visit if you're in the area, with a couple of picnic benches so ideal if you want a pretty spot to have lunch. There is a café (Peel Farm - also worth a visit) about a mile away but we went there another time. We walked here from where we were staying, and on spotting a green signpost (that was almost hidden by the hedge it was in!) that said 'footpath to reekie lynn' in the direction of a gate we decided to take that route rather than the original plan of walking across the bridge. Big mistake! It was quite overgrown, and no clear pathway or signposts to guide you so unless you're local and know the place, or maybe visiting at a time when overgrowth isn't going to be an issue, then I recommend that you walk along the picnic spot side. We did manage to see the waterfall from this unplanned detour, but there didn't appear to be a viewing point as such and it was quite leafy so you couldn't see much anyway. We ended up turning back and heading across the bridge after all. As others have said the path there is fairly short and has a steep drop so definitely keep dogs on a lead (regardless of whether they're well trained - better safe than sorry!). It's not the most spectacular waterfall you'll ever see but it was worth the trip and a bit of a hidden gem.

Chris Weatherburn

Great waterfall but potentially very dangerous. There is an alternative path that allows you to look at the waterfall with a fence in between. Still has some risk but less would say, have put lots of photos to help you find this. Enjoy a scenic short walk!

Lori W

It was lovely but not recommend for younger kids as there is no safety rail along the narrow path. But very beautiful.


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