Scottish Border’s Waterfalls

Published on
January 25, 2017

Synopsis:

A man serches for a mystical, beautiful largely unknown waterfall in the Scottish Borders. Taking in some more well known ones on the journey.

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Scottish Border’s Waterfalls

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Everybody loves waterfalls!

But are there any in the Borders?
I go on a journey to find out…

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