Wolfcleuch waterfall

Wolfcleuch waterfall is located in the Craik forrest near Craik, northwest of Teviothead, in Scotland (United Kingdom).

From Hawick, follow the A7 towards Carlisle. At Martins Bridge, turn onto the B711 and follow this road until you come to the small village and school of Roberton. Just beyond the school, take a left turn onto an unclassified single-track road. Follow this route for around 10 kilometer to Craik forest, which is well sign-posted.

In Craik park the car (there is a sign for a parking) and walk to Wolfleuch through the forrest. It is a 30 minute walk to the waterfall and easy to do.

Wolfcleuch waterfall is a small waterfall in the river Wolfcleuch Burn. It is a small river but after rainfall has enough volume to produce a nice waterfall.

One thought on “Wolfcleuch waterfall

  • 24 November 2019 at 13:12

    This forest walk is not a designated walk now. It is very difficult to follow the track unless you are very fit and able to climb over fallen trees.


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About Wolfcleuch waterfall

CountryWaterfalls in United Kingdom
LocationCraik forest, Hawick
RiverWolfcleuch Burn
Best visitAfter rainy period

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