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North Esk.

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Somewhere on the Cuileag?
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Not quite, it's a well hidden wee perthshire gem

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I think it's the Allt Carie

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So close!

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I think this was posted on FB a few months ago, a high water scout? The Bogair? If not it could have been the Ghiubhais? (Loch Rannoch southern tribs - not done any of 'em myself)
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not quite, I think that's the high water allt mheuran pic you're thinking of. Right on with the south side loch rannoch tribs though. It's probably the most well known one.

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Well I guess it's the Dall burn then. Don't recognise it though.

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Yep! It's the long kind of 'chute' rapid, just seen from below. I think it's the last bigger drop on it but it was a few years ago now.

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That looks like the main rapid on the badacro but with a lot more water than when I paddled it! The rest of the run must have been pretty fun too at that level if thats what it is.

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Correct!

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Heres a view of the crux of a section looking upstream and downstream from the middle of it. Where is it?


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France?

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Dranse de Thonon?

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Nope its in the Alps but not in France!

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Looks Italian. Not kayaked it but perhaps a section of the Ayasse?

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Lower Mastallone (Bocciolaro to Varallo) the constriction just above the gorge?

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Not quite Italian but in that part of the Alps.

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Ticino? Not sure it's the Cannobino, what about the San Giovanni?

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Ticino? Not sure it's the Cannobino, what about the San Giovanni?
Actually they are both in Italy so it's probably neither of those....

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You are right about it being in tichino, thought I have just remembered that the put in is in Italy...

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Ribo? (Or as a second guess, had to use rivermap - the Isorno)

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Very close! This run is a bit further south and joins the Isorno I think.

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Melezza? Never heard of that, was it any good?

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Yeah thats it, really fun run! In classic tichino style its in a pretty commiting gorge but has some quality rapids. The first third of the crux is a portage but with a bit of imagination you can launch in an run the rest of it. Yo wouldn't want too much water!

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Sounds, good. Not explored much around there but most of the gorges seem pretty committing!

This one might be too easy.

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No takers? Surely the Aberglaslyn Gorge?
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Nope not in Wales or the UK, actually maybe it's not as obvious as I thought...

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Far to sunny for Wales!

One of the upper sections of the Inn?

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