Linn Falls

The Linn of Ruthrie (Linn Falls) is a 4.5km / 3 miles round trip starting and ending at the Speyside Visitor Centre. Meet at the Visitor centre at 2pm.

Starting from there the route is by the river bank towards the small bridge over the Lour Burn. The path heads upstream, past the historic old pack horse bridge before crossing the A95 and continuing upstream, past the Aberlour Distillery (est.1879).

Meet: Speyside Visitor Centre, Old Station Building, Aberlour AB38 9QP

Duration: 2 hours

Distance: 3 miles (4.5km)

Difficulty: 2 (Easy +)

Bring: A drink and light snack to enjoy as you sit at the waterfall.
Sturdy boots or walking shoes are recommended. The highest point is 145 metes

Fri 16 Jun 17, 14:00 - 16:00 at Speyside Visitor Centre, Aberlour

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Fri 23 Jun 17, 14:00 - 16:00 at Speyside Visitor Centre, Aberlour

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Tel: 01340 881724
Mobile: 07484280626

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Linn o Ruthrie
The 13th century packhorse bridge, repaired 18th century.
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