Loup of Fintry waterfall on the River Endrick, Scotland
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Falling for Fintry. Save your visit for a rainy day
Renowned for its spectacular scenery, Scotland is home to a slew of enchanting cascades. The gushing water in our photo belongs to the Loup of Fintry, a 94-foot (28.6 metres) fall on the River Endrick, tucked away among the beautiful countryside near Stirling and only two miles from the small village of Fintry. If you’re planning a trip here, it’s best to save for a rainy day, as like most waterfalls, the Loup of Fintry ('Loup' means leap in the Scots language) is a more impressive sight in wintry conditions when the snow is melting or after heavy rainfall. You shouldn't have to wait long for a downpour in Scotland!