River Garry, Inverness-shire

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The River Garry entering Loch Oich

The River Garry (Gaelic: Garadh) is a minor river of Inverness-shire, but one with plenty of the beauties of the Great Glen into which it forges its way. The Garry is 3½ miles long, and runs into Loch Oich just east of the village of Invergarry, through which it runs.

Glengarry is the homeland of the MacDonell branch of Clan MacDonald and nearby stands the site of the 17th century Invergarry Castle.

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