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Scavaig River

Said to be Britain's shortest river, the Scavaig River drains Loch Coruisk on the edge of the Black Cuillin of S Skye (Highland Council Area) into Loch na Cuilce, an inlet of the extensive sea-loch Loch Scavaig. It carries a substantial volume of water, yet is only a quarter-mile (0.4 km) in length.


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