Isle of Man Rivers

by 21st September 2022

Isle of Man - Rivers


Rising amongst the hills and following the course of these glens are numerous streams, which, radiating in all directions, water the country in all parts except the extreme north.  Being mountain streams and of small size they are, in great part, dried up in summer; while in winter and during heavy rains they are subject to sudden and destructive floods.



    Discover Some of Our Rivers


  • Ballacottier River
  • Baldwin River
  • Blaber River
  • Colby River
  • Cornaa River
  • Crogga River
  • Foxdale River
  • Glen Auldlyn River
  • Glenmaye River
  • Glenroy River
  • Greeba River
  • Groudle River
  • Killane River
  • Laxey River
  • River Dhoo
  • River Glass
  • River Neb
  • Silver Burn
  • Santon Burn
  • Sulby River
  • The Douglas River
  • The Lhen Trench



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21st September 2022 12:06 am.
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