Cauldron Linn or Caldron Linn is a waterfall near Powmill, east of Stirling, in Scotland (United Kingdom). From Stirling take road a91 to Kinross. At Muckhart take the A823/A977 to Powmill.
From Powmill there are several small roads going to Cauldron Linn. Access is also possible over a small road from Rumbling bridge. Last part towards the river Devon is going down over 45 meters.
Cauldron Linn or Caldron Linn has two steps where the river Devon cascades down over 12 meters in a small canyon.
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Not easy to get to. You have to go through a couple of fields and climb a fence. Then you need to clamber down a steep and slippery embankm thats possibly 40 feet high. It is covered in bramble and fallen trees. Not impossible in May but can imagine it would be very overgrown in the summer. The falls when you eventually reach them are lovely but sadly you can’t get right up to them because of the terrain. My photos were disappointing as I couldn’t get closer.