Linn of Quoich - The Punchbowl

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Water rushes through the narrow Linn of Quoich making a picturesque stopping point. Queen Victoria was very fond of this place and it became a popular attraction, but nowadays it is much quieter than the nearby Linn of Dee. Upriver from the Quoich the path was always very rough and in recent years has been damaged by flooding - it is still possible - and very beautiful - but is something of an obstacle course, requiring care, in places.


Easy to Linn of Quoich but the path upriver is very challenging - being very rough and washed out by floods in places. Do not attempt in spate.

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Linn of Quoich car park. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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