Lussa River

(River Lussa)

A small river rising in numerous headstreams and several small lochans 1½ miles (2.5 km) southwest of Ben Garrisdale in the northwest of the Inner Hebridean island of Jura, the Lussa River (sometimes the River Lussa) flows southeast through Gleann Bhaidseachan before turning south to pass through the imaginatively-named Fishing Loch. The river then continues south to empty into the Sound of Jura at Lussa Bay. The settlement of Inverlussa is located at its mouth, with Ardlussa overlooking the river a half-mile (1 km) to the northeast. The length of the river is 4½ miles (7 km).

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