Gogo Water

A small river that rises in the heart of the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park in North Ayrshire, the Gogo Water forms as headstreams between Irish Law and Windyrise, including the Slaty Burn. It flows west for 4½ miles (7 km), descending steeply from a height of more than 400m / 1310 feet, over several waterfalls, to reach Largs and the Firth of Clyde. Its principal tributary is the Greeto Water.

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