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Falls of Clyde

#1 of 12 things to do in Lanark Features Animals
New Lanark, Lanark, Scotland
+44 1555 665262
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Amazing

Lovely walks in clean fresh air, fabulous sights in surrounding areas. Tea room available on site... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Betty L
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UK
Great walking trails

Very close to the New Lanark mill village it becomes very clear why it was built there. The Clyde... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Basingstone
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Hampshire, United Kingdom
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“the river” (85 reviews)
“lovely walk” (36 reviews)
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New Lanark, Lanark, Scotland
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Reviewed yesterday

Lovely walks in clean fresh air, fabulous sights in surrounding areas. Tea room available on site for snacks, lunch or dinner.

Thank Betty L
Reviewed 3 days ago

Very close to the New Lanark mill village it becomes very clear why it was built there. The Clyde is very fast moving over the falls and past the village providing all the power they needed for the mills. The trails around the falls are...More

Thank Basingstone
Reviewed 1 week ago

After a long and stressfull day at work and coming here to watch the views of the clyde and having a snack is so relaxing after 5pm hardly anyone around

Thank G_Inspector
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The falls of clyde had been on my must see list for quite a while.. and how lucky we were to pick a weekend when the falls were in full flow (due to maintenance/ water diversion - info on website). The walk to the falls...More

Thank jennifer b
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took the opportunity to visit the Falls recently during a period when maintenance works are being carried out at the Bonnington Power Station which means that the water is currently not being diverted to the hydro electric scheme. Consequently the Falls are benefiting from...More

Thank Rantin rover
Reviewed 1 week ago

whilst we visited the mill in New Lanark we managed to see the falls of Clyde a most spectacular sight after all the rain

Thank terrypj
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can walk from New Lanark along a track to see all the falls and then walk back it takes about 3 hours. Or you could be brave and find your way to the junction of Corehouse Drive and Byretown Road park considerately. Walk down...More

Thank Catherine M
Reviewed 1 week ago

After a reasonable walk we were greeted by a fantastic vista. The walk up took us alongside the river and it was well worth it!

Thank Kirsty L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A short walk along a reasonably well maintained path, leads you along the river bank, about 20m +/- above the water. Path is not too difficult to negotiate, but one does need to keep a wary eye out for tree roots. The Falls itself rush...More

Thank DeeMarshian
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We ambled alongside the river, using all the viewpoints to see the various Falls to best advantage. The path is good and well maintained. We benefitted from recent heavy rains making the Falls quite spectacular.

Thank crosssidecottage
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John S
14 April 2017|
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Response from Rantin rover | Reviewed this property |
In the past there have been Waterfall Days where the gates were opened to allow maximum flow of the water downstream - these were notified in the local press, etc. This may have been discontinued and the maximum flow is now... More
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Colin207
19 September 2016|
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Response from Paul T | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I am not sure this road will give you good photo access to Corra Linn falls. Best way is to walk up past the New Lanark site, but if you want a really spactacular view of Bonnington Linn, get to the other side of the... More
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Sadie C
21 June 2016|
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Response from Justin P | Reviewed this property |
You can walk along a board walk for about 10-15 mins or so which is a beautiful walk toward the falls. To view the falls though you would need a buggy with large wheels rather than standard push chair to cover the last 5... More
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