From the Invermark car park, follow the road west past the fortified tower of Invermark Castle and Loch Lee.
The castle was built by the Lindsay family as a refuge from the Caterans or cattle thieves who roamed the hills in the 16th and 17th century. Continue past the weir to the next junction. Go left at the foot of Hunt Hill to the Falls of Unich, (take detour to enjoy the view). On the return leg you can make a detour up the track at the head of the loch to see the falls of Damph above Inchgrundle.
Public car park at Invermark
10 miles/16km return
Moderate to Strenuous