Sput Dubh (tributary stream to Loch Katrine)

Stirling, Scotland

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About Sput Dubh (tributary stream to Loch Katrine)

Sput Dubh is a burn and waterfall to be found within Aros Park on the Isle of Mull off the west coast of Scotland. A tributary stream to Loch Katrine, this small burn whose name means ‘Black Spout’ cascades from the cliff to the shore. This waterfall was once a source of fresh water for ships, including the Royal Navy which was stationed here in 1940. The path across the burn above is a little muddy in places with steep drops.

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Stirling, Scotland
Latitude: 56.290864, Longitude: -4.610964

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