A view of the Kessock Bridge, crossing the Beauly Firth, 2012
|Location||Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Primary inflows||River Beauly|
|Primary outflows||Moray Firth|
The Beauly Firth is a firth in northern Scotland. It is the outlet of the River Beauly, and is bounded at one end by Beauly and at the other by Inverness (North Kessock and South Kessock), where it empties into the Moray Firth. The Kessock Ferry crossed at the eastern end since the 15th Century. Today, the A9 crosses on the Kessock Bridge.
The Beauly Firth has several names in Scottish Gaelic including Linne Fharair, Poll an Ròid and Caolas Uisge a' Mhanachainn – the latter being a more literal version of the English.
- "North Kessock and District History". North Kessock & District Local History Society. Retrieved 18 September 2009.
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