River Ling

A river of Wester Ross in Highland Council Area, the River Ling emerges from the small Loch Cruoshie and flows west, then south, collecting several significant tributaries, including Allt na Sean-Luibe, Allt a' Choire Dhuibh, the Black Water, Allt Gleann a' Choire Dhomhain and Allt Loch Innis nan Seangan. It empties into the head of Loch Long, an inlet of Loch Duich, having completed a course of 8½ miles (14 km).

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