River Coe

River Coe

The River Coe is a small river located in Glen Coe, Scotland. It flows out of Loch Achtriochtan, through Glen Coe itself (which derives its name from the river) and into Loch Leven. Situated near the river is the village of Glencoe, site of the infamous Massacre of Glencoe. The river is roughly 3 miles in length.

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