River Ugie

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The River Ugie or Ugie Water (Gaelic: Uisge Ùigidh) is a river flowing through Aberdeenshire, which enters the North Sea on the easternmost part of the shire at Peterhead, north of Cruden Bay.

There is considerable evidence of prehistoric within the Ugie drainage basin, especially in the South Ugie Water catchment basin. For example, the Catto Long Barrow[1] is found somewhat to the south of the Ugie Water mainstem.


The main tributaries of the Ugie Water are:

Villages and towns

Villages and towns on the river, running downstream, include: