Loch Lomond facts

Loch Lomond is the largest fresh water lake in the British Isles. It is 24 miles long, up to five miles wide and 600 feet deep, with a shoreline measuring over 95 .

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The number of islands on the loch varies depending on its water-level. If tree-cover is used to define islands, this gives a figure of 39. Of the islands of Loch Lomond, Inchmurrin is the largest island in an inland loch (or lake) anywhere in the UK. And how deep is Loch Lomond?

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Loch Lomond is a freshwater Scottish loch which crosses the highland boundary fault, often considered the boundary between the lowlands of Central .

Climb Conic Hill from the village of Balmaha for a great view of the fault line. Inchmurrin is the UK's largest freshwater loch island. It was once the private deer park of the Dukes of Montrose but was sold for farming in the early 20th century. A ruined castle of the Earls of Lennox is located at its southern end.

Things you may not know about Loch LomondScottish Fact of the Day: Loch Lomond – The Scotsman – May 1, 2012 –

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