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Crawick Valley The flow of the Crawick, in contrast to the Mennock, is gentle and gradual; its waters run clear as it flows over blue whinstone in its pastoral setting. Only the spectacular Crawick Glen, near Sanquhar, is deep and narrow.
Knockenhair stands alone in the Crawick valley, its conical appearance giving the suggestion of volcanic origin. The road continues, with the occasional glimpse of a remote farmhouse, through moor and fen until it reaches the village of Crawfordjohn.
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