Millers is a broad sweeping
pool sheltered by poplar trees. An old stone
wall runs through the middle of the pool.
This was built as part of a salmon trap which
has long since fallen into disrepair, but
it still catches the occasional spinner. Along
the right hand bank is a long section of slack
water. Along the line between the slack water
and the fast water are some interesting boulders
which hold fish.
In springtime the banks of
Millers are covered with orchids and wild