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The River Almond starts its journey on the moors and mountains to the south of Loch Tay. It runs eastwards through the spectacular scenery of the Sma Glen. This is a rugged place with steep slopes which shelter the glen below. The Almond is a pretty little river which winds its way through open pastures.

At Buchanty the river flows through a gorge called Buchanty Spout. It is a great place to what salmon ascending the falls. From Almond bank down the river banks become more wooded and access can be a little more difficult. The Almond joins the main Tay stem on the outskirts of Perth.

River Almond

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Stormont AC

103b

Stormont Angling Club looks after trout and coarse fishings for most of the river from Glenalmond College to the Inveralmond railway bridge.

 

 

 

Auchnafree

104

Headwaters of the Almond

 

 

 

Sma Glen

105a

NN 888 515 - NN907 290

 

 

 

Newton Bridge

105b

NN 832 325 - NN 862 317

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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