Scottish Towns Deil's Cauldron

Returning from Glen Lednock, a little way downhill from the lay-by is the steep path down to the Deil's Cauldron (Devil's Kettle).
In Gaelic it is Slocha'n Donish and legend has it that it was the favourite haunt of a brownie or water elf called Uris-chidh who enticed victims down into the huge natural pothole.

The waterfall that plunges down through the Cauldron is most spectacular and it is easy to see how legend arose.
Crieff & Strathearn
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