Gryfe Water

(Gryffe Water)

The upper section of River Gryfe in Inverclyde, the Gryfe (or Gryffe) Water rises as headstreams on remote moorland on the northern slopes of Little Creuch Hill, 5 miles (8 km) south of Greenock. It flows north into Gryfe No.1 Reservoir and then descends into Gryfe No.2 Reservoir, emerging to flow east southeast through Strath Gryfe. It becomes the River Gryfe after Kilmacolm, having received the Green Water and completed a course of 7½ miles (12 km).

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