Scottish Border’s Waterfalls – Part Deux

Published on
March 3, 2017

Synopsis:

A man visits some rubbishy waterfalls in Galashiels then searches for the huge, remote and majestic Wolf Cleuch Falls near Hawick.

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Scottish Border’s Waterfalls – Part Deux

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Due to the huge amount of comments we received about waterfalls on our last “Scottish Borders Waterfalls” video we decided to make a sequel.

Could the climax to this film rival the Stichill Waterfall???
You decide…

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