Falls of Truim
|[Road bridge over the Falls of Truim]|
The Falls of Truim are an easily accessible, worthwhile stop off if you're heading along the A9 between Dalwhinnie and Newtonmore. An old road bridge and pine woods make for a characterful setting, with narrow paths on both banks giving access to several viewpoints. The falls are a set of rapids rather than a single drop, with countless potholes and pools carved out by centuries of river erosion. Just up the road is Crubenbeg House - one of the friendliest and most luxurious B&B's we've ever had the pleasure of staying at.
|[Waterfall at the Falls of Truim]|
Name: Falls of Truim ★★★☆☆
Location: Minor road just off A9 4 miles south of Newtonmore, G.R.: NN 680923 ///daytime.vows.riverboat
Anything else? From the car park at NN 681922 ///sometimes.prancing.lions, head north on a short gravel path before crossing the road and turning left onto a narrower side road. Follow the road a few hundred metres to the bridge above the falls, with rough paths down to water level.
|[View upstream from the bridge]|