Falls of Feugh
Approximately 200 yards down river from Otterstone is the famous Falls of Feugh. The footbridge over the river is a popular place to watch the wild salmon leaping especially between September and November (winter run) and February to March (spring run).
When turnpike roads were built in the 1800's travellers were charged for their use of the roads throughout Scotland. Toll houses were built with windows facing both ways along the road to catch passing travellers using them and at the Bridge of Feugh there is a fine example of a former toll house.
The waterfall can be even more spectacular (as shown in the image on the right) after a spate of heavy rain!