Lochs and Glens Books

Wednesday, 21 February 2007

Loch Tay

Loch Tay is a long loch in the central Highlands, running southwest to northeast from Killin to Kenmore, and overlooked by Ben Lawers. Its irregular shape is due to displacement of the central part along the Loch Tay geological fault. There are the sites of at least 23 crannogs in the loch, and near Kenmore is the Scottish Crannog Centre.

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