Rogie Falls, Inverness

About Rogie Falls, Inverness

Rogie Falls, Inverness

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Rogie Falls (Gaelic: Eas Rothagaidh) are a series of waterfalls on the Black Water, a river in Ross-shire in the Highlands of Scotland. The falls are about 2 km north-west of the village of Contin, next to the A835 road. They are a popular tourist attraction, with several forest walks. The bridge will support a maximum of five persons at one time, with a narrow and sharp set of steps at its end. Access to the bridge requires limited ability with footpaths being well kept, however not wheelchair accessible by any stretch. Photography from the bridge is possible although either evening time when fewer people are around and using the bridge or in sunnier conditions when shorter exposure times are possible, due to the high degree of wobble. As of December 2011, some building work is being performed on the far side of the waterfall which limits access to the top side of the waterfall; it is not possible to use the temporary walkways to obtain a better view, although it is possible to reach all areas with some creative walking.


Overview of Rogie Falls

Rogie Falls is a place in Inverness in the country of United Kingdom. Rogie Falls is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Inverness.

Abounding of places like Urquhart Castle, River Ness, Loch Ness By Jacobite Cruises, Ness Islands and Cawdor Castle, city name has great things to do in Inverness that are totally worth your time.

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  • I came across this place unexpectedly on my drive from the Isle of Skye to Inverness. I saw the sign for it, so I turned off. I am so glad I did! It was a nice short walk through the woods, and the whole clearing was just magical. The falls are absolutely gorgeous and there's even a bridge across the river that looked like a suspension bridge. There are restrooms in the car park too, which was nice.

  • Much nicer than falls of shin. Beautiful natural beauty. Take the longer walk through the forest if you are able. Then walk along the river. Take your time it's not far, but worth it.

  • 10 times better than Falls of Shin! There is car park nearby where all the paths start. You can choose different paths, the yellow one lead you (5 mins) to a suspend bridge and a viewpoint where you can easily watch salmons jumping out of the river. You have to be patient to catch the moment they jump, but you won't be disappointed! Take the map near the panel where the paths start, so you can easily reach the viewpoint.

  • Beautiful spot. Easy to miss it. Great for kids. Right off the main route/road outside Inverness (a few miles though) - you'll notice the sign. Parking is easy and plentiful, right near the trailhead. From there, a short and very easy walk through some beautiful trees in the forest. The place is truly magical. You reach the viewing area quite quickly. The view of the waterfall and amazing rocks surrounding the viewing area are yruly beautiful. Calm and misty/foggy (depending on the time of year, our visit was in October. There is a magnificent suspension bridge over the river, and the river itself is great. You can feel the history in this ancient and beautiful landscape. Absolutely worth a visit

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  • Great waterfalls especially after heavy rain. Toilets in the car park, no other facilities. Lots of walks which are well marked. Steep section near the falls was difficult for some people.

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