The Falls of Bruar are a spectacular set of waterfalls located on the Bruar waters in Scotland. Formed an estimated 10,000 years ago, these waters cut through soft layers of rock to leave deep pools, outcrops and an arch. The total drop of the two mains falls is around 60 metres and both are additionally impressive after heavy rain. A popular visitor attraction since the 18th century, the Falls of Bruar are well worth a visit and there are many short but strenuous walks which offer wonderful views over the gorge from some lovely stone bridges.