Abhainn Righ

Rising as headstreams on the eastern slopes of Beinn na Gucaig in the Lochaber district of Highland Council Area, Abhainn Righ flows through Glen Righ, initially south southwest before turning west, to empty into Loch Linnhe just to the south of the Corran Narrows, having completed a course of 5 miles (8 km). Inchree Falls represent a series of eight cascades on the lower reaches of the river, which drop more than 100m (328 feet).

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