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About Rogie Falls, Inverness

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

Walking past the city of Inverness, you will come across Rogie Falls. Rogie Falls is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

Generally, tourists prefer visiting top attractions of Inverness like Urquhart Castle, River Ness, Loch Ness By Jacobite Cruises, Ness Islands and Cawdor Castle. These are few of the top things to do in Inverness.

Top rated Inverness tours do not include Rogie Falls in their schedule, you can add it to your plan anyway.

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City Sightseeing Inverness
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The beautiful city of Inverness offers a warm welcome to its visitors and is a place with a modern outlook having plenty of things to do and see. On this fun open top double-decker bus tour, you will be exploring places such as Abertarff House, St. Andrews Cathedral, Tomnahurich Hill and Inverness Castle to name a few. A fabulous way to spend a day in Inverness. 

Private Shore Excursion: Invergordon to Culloden, Clava Cairns, Cawdor Castle and Loch Ness
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Join us on a fascinating 10 hour private shore excursion out from Invergordon to Clava Cairns, a Bronze Age cemetery complex of passage graves; ring cairns, kerb cairns and standing stones. The magnificent stronghold of Cawdor Castle which stands on the east bank of the steep-sided valley of the Allt Dearg, the atmospheric Culloden moor and discover more about the events leading up to, during and after the Battle of Culloden and then do some "Nessie" hunting on the iconic Loch Ness.

Share your experience - Rate Rogie Falls, Inverness

  • 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.

  • Having grown up in the area I love returning to the falls. They are just so spectacular and the scenery is well worth a visit if you are in the area. Even saw a few salmon jumping upstream!

  • Lovely spot for a selection of walks and salmon watching/picnics. Toilets on site were closed when we went. Parking overnight seems to be allowed in the car park

  • Small walk to a nice spot with rapids and waterfalls. You might see fish jumping. Lovely walk.

  • Beautiful place to visit. Shame the toilets were closed up in mid-June leadung to people using the nearby bushes instead

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