The Pots of Gartness are a series of rocky pools on the Endrick Water to the west of Killearn in Stirlingshire.
Featured in a number of poems and songs and even rumoured to have inspired the famous mathematician John Napier, the Pots of Gartness offers a lovely walk in the countryside that can easily be done in a day.
The place is also known as a good place to watch salmon leaping up-river on their way to spawn and October to November is said to be the best time to do so.
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