Abhainn Sgeamhaidh

A small river of Sutherland in Highland Council Area, Abhainn Sgeamhaidh rises as headstreams to the southwest of Creag Riabhach na Greighe (458m / 1502 feet) and flows southwest, in part through plantation forest, to fall into the River Tirry a quarter-mile (0.5 km) southwest of Rhian Bridge. Midway along its course of 4 miles (6 km) the Abhainn Sgeamhaidh receives the Féith a' Chaoruinn from the north.

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