Falls of Feugh

Aberdeenshire | Banchory | Waterfall | ★★

[Falls of Feugh during winter]

Just before joining the River Dee at Banchory, the Water of Feugh tumbles over a chaos of boulders and rock steps to form an attractive set of rapids with an old stone road bridge over the top. These are the Falls of Feugh, and while not particularly high, they're a popular beauty spot for locals and Aberdonians alike. The falls have a reputation for being a good spot to watch salmon running upstream. During autumn and after heavy rain is usually the best time, but of course there are no guarantees!

[A cold River Dee close to the Falls of Feugh]

Location & info

📌 Falls of Feugh ★★
By the B974 half a mile south of Banchory (car park just to the east), G.R.: NO 702950 ///soaks.geese.rents
Always open | Free


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