Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Rivers Trust
The Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Rivers Trust covers the river catchments for the Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie Rivers. Although close to each other, each river is different and new and exciting experiences await anyone looking to explore.
From the flora and fauna you might see to the historic buildings glimpsed through the trees, there is lots to await you on our three rivers.
Here you will find more information about each river; some history, stories and anecdotes from those who live and work here; recreational activities to enjoy; what wildlife you might spot while you explore; and much more!
The River Nairn, located in the Scottish Highlands south and east of Inverness, flows through mountains, moorland and farmland to the Moray Firth, approximately 36 miles away.
The River Findhorn is one of the longest rivers in Scotland. It rises in the Monadhliath Mountains and flows to the Moray Firth on the north east coast, where it has one of the largest non-firth estuaries in Scotland.
The river is 62 miles long and has a catchment area is 1,300 square kilometres.