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Easy to get to from the car park, the Burn o' Vat is a pretty impressive geological feature. Really worth a visit.
But what makes it even more of a must-see lies above.
Make a short scramble up rocks at the back of the Vat...More
I thought I was familiar with all the attractions in the Deeside area. Burn O'Vat had escaped my notice. It is a natural geological feature that is well worth seeing. Having walked into the vat, we thought we would try and see it from above....More
This was on our list of places to visit during our recent visit to Perthshire and so glad we did. What an amazing little piece of history and some say that Rob Roy hid here just before he was captured and when you enter the...More
Definitely worth a visit. We cycled but there is a generous car park with toilets. Interesting wee visitor centre - good for kids small and large! Lovely walk to Burn o Vat and around beautiful Highland trees. Great view over lochs which offer further walking...More
We did the burn o vat trail (including the spur to the waterfall) and it was great. Lots of birds and even a mouse near the falls. We only wish we had more time to do the other trails! Free parking and washrooms to use...More
This is an amazing place. It feels magical as you slip through a crack in enormous rocks and see the waterfall and the inside of this geological formation. Heard flocks of geese flying overhead. Smelled the piney forest. Saw some toads.
Loved walking the reserve and exploring a 16,000 year old glacier!
This is a short walk from the car park, head past the toilets, follow it around and past the bridge. Through the tiny gap is the cave. Take care though as it is slippery...More