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Default Bridges and views over the Findhorn

Upper Findhorn near Coignafearn Old Lodge

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Default The beautiful Upper Findhorn valley near Daltomach

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Default The River Findhorn from the A9 road bridge near Tomatin

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Default The River Findhorn at the spectacular gorge at Dulsie bridge

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Default The River Findhorn gorge near Relugas upstream from Randolph's Leap



Randolph's Leap (shown below) is a spectacular natural feature where the Findhorn is sqeezed through a narrow gap in the gorge with great depth. The Earl of Moray in the mid-14th Century leapt across the river here to escape his enemy. The location is a well known beauty spot and walk.


Randolph's Leap on the Findhorn





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