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Finnich Glen (The Devil's Pulpit) nr Killearn
Scotland

Finnich Glen (The Devils Pulpit) is found near the village of Killearn approximately 30mins north from Glasgow .

According to local lore , the gorge was used by druids as a secret meeting place .

It also became famous as it was used in filming of the 2011 movie "The Eagle" where they shot the penultimate battle scene .

The gorge is also used for various adventure activities , including abseiling and gorge walking and climbing

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