It rains ALOT in Scotland, but this means we have many beautiful riviers flowing through the country.  The River Spey, River Tay and River Morar are but a few.  The articles here relate to Scotland's rivers in some way.
Bridge of Oich on the Caledonian Canal

A quick article about one of the few surviving suspension bridges designed by James Dredge.

Ness Islands, a brilliant walk near Bught Park in Inverness

Ness Islands Walk is a fantastic short walk across two islands in the middle of the River Ness in Inverness.

Spey Bay, WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre and Spey Viaduct Walk

Exploring Spey Bay, WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre and Spey Viaduct with my young family.

Laggan Locks, between Loch Lochy and Loch Oich.

Laggan Locks on the Caledonian Canal and the Great Glen Way. Scenery, history and Scottish Engineering.

Linn Falls waterfall and circular walk at Aberlour, Moray

The spectacular Linn Falls waterfall and forest walk near Aberlour distillery, how to get there and where to park!

The Falkirk Wheel, an engineering marvel in central Scotland

Visiting the Falkirk Wheel, the worlds only rotating boat lift, connecting two canals. Fantastic engineering and many activities.

Randolph's Leap on the River Findhorn, Moray

An area of outstanding natural beauty, Randolph's Leap is a lovely area for a walk in west Moray with an interesting story.

Rogie Falls, a spectacular waterfall in the north Highlands

A visit to Rogie Falls with my wife in early October. A fantastic waterfall with a suspension bridge and salmon leaping.

Spey Viaduct, disused railway bridge near Garmouth, Moray

Spey Viaduct is a stunning example of Victorian engineering, completed in 1886 it is now part of the coastal trail walk.

Bridge of Avon near Ballindalloch Castle in Moray

A stop off at this picturesque bridge built in 1800 and the Baronial style gatehouse near Ballindalloch Castle.