Finnich Glen, July 2013
A trip down the spectacular gorge of Finnich Glen (between Drymen and Killearn, about NS494847).
photos are from two separate trips, one on 13th July 2013 and another
two days later. The weather was unusually warm, and water levels quite
low - the gorge can be quite different when it has more water in it.
Above the gorge, to the West of the road bridge
Heading under the bridge, as the burn starts to drop into the gorge
The first of several small waterfalls. This pool is too deep to walk through - a few metres of swimming are required
Descending through the gorge
Another short swim...
... and a little wading
Much of the way is just a scenic walk...
...but the adventure isn't over yet
More waterfalls and pools just above the "Devil's Puilpit", where a path descends into the gorge at a widening
Below this, there are no major obstacles - just a walk through some more pools, with small trout darting about
exit from the gorge. From here, you can either retrace your steps back
up it, or head up the South bank onto a path that leads back to by the
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