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Linn of Quoich
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The Linn of Quoich, or the Earl of Mar's Punch Bowl, is a natural hole in a rock midstream that was used as a punchbowl at the end of hunting deer in the neighbouring forest.

This spot offers a  picturesque stopping point and a quieter option to the nearby Linn of Dee.   The area was a favourite of Queen Victoria.

Take the alking route through beautiful forests from the car park which also has picnic benches.

Useful links

AB35 5YB (post code approximate)

Nearby places

Loch Callater

5.0 miles

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