River Almond joins the Firth of Forth at Cramond. Evidence
of the Romans has been found at Cramond, including an old
boatyard, a little further up the river.
remains a popular centre for sailing small boats and
dinghies. The river is tidal. Boats can enter and
leave within about 3 hours of high tide. At low tide,
there is a causeway, giving access by foot to Cramond Island,
about a mile offshore.