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Ralia viewpoint, Newtonmore, Invernessshire, Scotland
Scotland

Ralia is a rest stop on the A9 just south of Newtonmore and about 45 miles south of Inverness.

There is a cafe, Picnic area, Toilets and a Woodland walk.

It is a very pleasant stop on the way south or north.

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