A wooden bridge provides the opportunity to cross the falls and to appreciate the view of the falls and the gorge from the centre.
In August 2004 a sudden storm caused the level of the river to rise very quickly by about 50ft to wash away the bridge and an adjacent boulder weighing in excess of 100 tons. Callander Community Development Trust secured funding early in 2010, for a new bridge to transform the Falls.The bridge was assembled on site from four Douglas Fir tree trunks each measuring 12 metres long as there was no suitable access overland or by helicopter.
On leaving the falls and returrning to the village you will see another free car park located near to the golf club entrance which provides a good starting point for woodland walks that will provide amazing views from Callander Crags of the mountains to the north and west over Callander and the Trossachs towards Ben Lomond and Loch Lomond, as well as towards Doune and Stirling.More information on the location and it's history can be found on the incallander website: http://www.incallander.co.uk/walks
Callander is within easy reach from all of Cooper Cottages self-catering holiday cottages and this would provide a free day out in the area and give visitors an opportunity to see some of the scenic and natural features of Callander.